Ecological Spatial Regulation in China : Understanding Conservation from the Strategic Relational Approach

@inproceedings{Lin2016EcologicalSR,
  title={Ecological Spatial Regulation in China : Understanding Conservation from the Strategic Relational Approach},
  author={Dan Lin},
  year={2016}
}
Recent theories and practices have demonstrated the evolving approaches to ecological conservation reflecting not merely a transition in ecological technology, but more a question of social power, in particular the power of the state and its capabilities in balancing other forces and demands from society. A framework that is based on the strategic-relational approaches is able to capture the multidimensionality of the relations between nature and society increasingly mediated by the state. The… CONTINUE READING

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