Barriers and Responses
- New Horizons in Environmental Politics series
Edited by Richard D. Margerum and Cathy J. Robinson
Chapter 11: The role of power in collaborative governance
AbstractPower in collaborative processes includes both episodic aspects and structural aspects. While strategies for balancing episodic power have been developed, structural power problems may limit the meaningful participation of diverse groups in environmental decision making and planning. Challenges include building shared logics during collaboration and legitimizing collaborative approaches in society.
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