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Special Issue: Advancing urban environmental governance.

This special issue explores new concepts and tools for advancing the understanding of drivers and processes shaping environmental governance of cities.
 
The special issue ‘Advancing urban environmental governance: Understanding theories, practices and processes shaping urban sustainability and resilience’explores new concepts and tools for advancing the understanding of drivers and processes shaping environmental governance of cities, with pillars as focal points:
 

  • Conceptual Pillar: Introducing new concepts and tools for advancing the understanding of drivers and processes shaping environmental governance of cities
  • Assessment Pillar: Evaluating how existing urban governance settings and structures ensure ecosystem service protection and provision
  • Planning Pillar: Ecosystem services as resilience planning platform tools and benchmarking
  • Governance Pillar: Governance with knowledge co-production and co-design methods in cities
  • Policy Pillar: Policy Viewpoints providing insighters view of theory and assessments in practice

 
Citation
Frantzeskaki, N., Kabisch, N., McPhearson, T. (Ed.) (2016). Advancing urban environmental governance: Understanding theories, practices and processes shaping urban sustainability and resilience. Environmental Science & Policy, 62, 1-144.
 
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Date
August 30, 2016