Using the ‘sense of self-in-place’ construct in the context of environmental policy-making and landscape planning

@inproceedings{Cantrill2001UsingT,
  title={Using the ‘sense of self-in-place’ construct in the context of environmental policy-making and landscape planning},
  author={James G. Cantrill and Susan Senecah},
  year={2001}
}
  • James G. Cantrill, Susan Senecah
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • Abstract Although it is common practice for resource managers to focus on processes by which human activity in the environment may be adapted to ensure the sustainability of natural ecosystems, we often forget that our perceptions of who we are given where we live greatly influence the political context for regional ecosystem management. These shared ‘senses of selves-in-place’ serve as potent mediators in the process of attending to or embracing conservation-oriented practices. The authors… CONTINUE READING

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