6 edition of Public Participation in Sustainability Science found in the catalog.
June 9, 2003
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||William C. Clark (Foreword), Alexander Wokaun (Foreword), Bernd Kasemir (Editor), Jill Jäger (Editor), Carlo C. Jaeger (Editor), Matthew T. Gardner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
Foreword: science, participation, and sustainability xvii william c. clark Foreword: sustainability, energy use, and public participation xx alexander wokaun Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxvi Part I Concepts and insights Introduction 1 1 Citizen participation in sustainability assessments 3 bernd kasemir, carlo c. jaeger, and jill jager¨. 22 Public Participation and Environmental Education Dickinson JL, Shirk J, Bonter D, Bonney R, Crain RL, Martin J () The current state of citizen science as a tool for ecological research.
Klüver, L. () Consensus conferences at the Danish Board of Technology. In: Joss, S. and Durant, J. (eds), Public Participation in Science: The Role of Consensus Conferences in Europe. London: Science Museum with the Support of the European Commission Directorate General XII, Cited by: 3S Chair Jason Chilvers’ new book Remaking Participation: Science, Environment and Emergent Publics is published this week by Routledge.. The volume, co-edited with Dr Matthew Kearnes (School of Humanities and Languages, University of New South Wales, Australia), develops ambitious new theoretical perspectives on public participation with science, technology and the environment and .
Posts about public engagement written by 3S. As part of the launch activities for their new Remaking Participation book Jason Chilvers of 3S and Matthew Kearnes are hosting two panel discussion sessions at the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting in Denver on Saturday 14th November. His main research interests are sustainability at the border of science and policy, private governance and certification, data visualisation, stakeholder participation and innovation. He is currently gathering experience in real-world public and private policymaking before hoping to return to academia to co-create some useful insights into.
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Public Participation in Sustainability Science A Handbook. Get access By combining this with an examination of issues of interactive governance and developing country participation, the book provides state-of-the-art, practical insights for students, researchers and policy makers alike.
Joss, S., and J. Durant (eds.) (). Public Cited by: "I believe Public Participation in Sustainability Science is a solid, rigorous contribution that will be useful for scholars in the sociology of science, citizenship studies and environmental education as well.5/5(1).
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Public Participation in Sustainability Science: A Handbook (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. This book is the result of collaborations by a network of researchers across Europe and beyond. As a group, we share the conviction that sustainability science needs public participation to be successful.
We also think that in order to really work, such public participation requires not only an open mind on all sides, but also improved tools. Public participation in sustainability science. This book discusses how citizens can participate more effectively in sustainability science and environmental policy debates.
It discusses de-signs for participatory procedures, and experiences of their application to issues of global change. While the focus is on citizen participation. Get this from a library. Public participation in sustainability science: a handbook.
[Bernd Kasemir;] -- Suggests consultation procedures integrating technical scientific modelling with democratic decision-making processes. The task of this exercise was ambitious: to bridge the gap between sustainability science and democratic debate in the climate domain.
The science component was mainly represented by models, most (although not all) having the appearance of describing future states of the global climate and their consequences for human by: The Role of Public Participation in Energy Transitions provides a conceptual and empirical approach to stakeholder and citizen involvement in the ongoing energy transition conversation, focusing on projects surrounding energy conversion and efficiency, reducing energy demand, and using new forms of renewable energy sources.
Sections review and. Get this from a library. Public participation in sustainability science: a handbook. [Bernd Kasemir;] -- The participation of citizens and other stakeholders is increasingly important for policy making on the environment and sustainable development. The contributors to this book examine methods for.
Book Description. Changing relations between science and democracy – and controversies over issues such as climate change, energy transitions, genetically modified organisms and smart technologies – have led to a rapid rise in new forms of public participation and citizen engagement.
In our new book, Remaking Participation – which brings together leading thinkers writing on science and democracy today – we argue that the field of public participation in science and. Covered in this book are subjects related to environmental engineering and planning which include environmental laws and regulations, international perspectives on environmental analysis engineering and planning, economic and social impact analysis, public participation, and energy and environmental implications of major public works and.
The new book by Bert de Vries from Cambridge University Press is a grand effort to define what sustainability science is. The book has evolved from a course de Vries has taught for many years at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
The author is a physicist by training and a highly accomplished expert in dynamic modeling of complex systems/5(9). This book discusses how citizens can participate more effectively in sustainability science and environmental policy debates.
It discusses designs for partic, ISBN Buy the Public Participation in Sustainability Science ebook.
Critics maintain that public participation slows decision making and can lower its quality by including people unfamiliar with the science involved. This book concludes that, when done correctly, public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions about the environment.
Sustainability science emerged in the 21st century as a new academic discipline. This new field of science was officially introduced with a "Birth Statement" at the World Congress "Challenges of a Changing Earth " in Amsterdam organized by the International Council for Science (ICSU), the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (), the International Human Dimensions Programme.
The book is aimed primarily at scholars and practitioners of public participation, as well as research managers, policy makers and business actors interested in related issues. There is also a secondary market for students and scholars of European governance studies, sociology and political sciences.
As an essential stakeholder of environmental resources, the public has become the third force which assists in promoting environmental governance, together with local governments and polluting enterprises. In this paper, we construct a mediation model and a 2SLS (Two Stage Least Square) model to illustrate the role of public participation based on inter-provincial panel data of China from Author: Jin Guo, Junhong Bai.
Book Review Public Participation in Sustainability Science — A Handbook Bernd Kasemir, Jill Jäger, Carlo Jaeger and Matthew T. Gardner (Eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UKpages, £, ISBN (PBK) Reviewed by Suzan Dagg Although not immediately obvious, through its title, Public Participation and.
While most existing approaches adopt fixed meanings of ‘participation’ and are consumed by questions of method or critiquing the possible limits of democratic engagement, this book offers new insights that rethink public engagements with science, innovation and environmental issues as diverse, emergent and in the by:.
Public participation in governance involves the direct or indirect involvement. of stakeholders in decision-making about policies, plans or programs in which. they have an interest. This chapter. Public Participation, Science and Society book Tools for Dynamic and Responsible Governance of Research and Innovation By Mikko Rask, Saulė Mačiukaitė-Žvinienė, Loreta Tauginienė, Vytautas Dikčius, Kaisa Matschoss, Timo Aarrevaara, Luciano d’AndreaCited by: 1.
Public participation can generally be defined as allowing people (stakeholders, interested parties, public) to influence the outcome of plans and working processes that constitute the operations of governance (CIS ).It can be practiced in different phases of integrated river basin management, but the public’s environmental understanding forms one basis for : Michaela Poppe, Gabriele Weigelhofer, Gerold Winkler.