|Title||Reshaping environments : An interdisciplinary approach to sustainability in a complex world|
|Author||edited by Helena Bender ; foreword by Ian Lowe|
|Imprint||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xiii, 401p. : ill, map ; 26 cm|
Introduction: reshaping environments - and opportunity for envisioning the future. -- Costa Rica's dry north-west: a region in transition. -- Reshaping land transport in Singapore: a policy perspective. -- Evaluating different ways of managing forested landscapes. -- Changing the landscape management paradigm with farmers: a story of community-based resource management in the 'Heartbreak Hills', Victoria, Australia. -- Meeting development goals without blowing your carbon budget. -- The EGLE has landed: architecture reshaping schools for environmentally sustainable and effective learning. -- Reshaping the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia: progress in riverbasin management. -- Burning questions: researching the meaning of fire in the Australian landscape. -- Critique, analysis and reflection in the study of reshaping environments. -- Working with complex issues in group situations. -- Understanding research methodology. -- An interdisciplinary approach. -- Conceptuallising change: complexity, post-normal science, uncertainty and risk. -- Sustainability: a model for the future. -- Human needs and norms: some concepts for exploring sustainable human-environment relationships. -- Conceptualising and thinking about environmental systems. -- Why scale matters.
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