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Environmental Governance

Environmental Governance

The Challenge of Legitimacy and Effectiveness

Edited by Karl Hogl, Eva Kvarda, Ralf Nordbeck and Michael Pregernig

Environmental policy making has become an experimental field for new modes of governance. This timely book focuses on three prominent characteristics of new governance arrangements: the broad participation of non-state actors, the attempt to improve vertical and horizontal coordination, and the effort to integrate different types of expertise in an effective and democratically accountable way.

Chapter 7: The Shift from Hierarchy to Governance in National Park Management: Analysing Participation, Coordination and Political Commitment

Kostas Papageorgiou, Kostas Kassioumis and Michael Vakkas

Subjects: environment, environmental governance and regulation, environmental politics and policy, politics and public policy, environmental politics and policy, european politics and policy, public policy


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