Presentation on theme: "Module 4 – LU Student Presentation Adam Wood Anel Martínez Bievrich Arturo Salazar Martínez Denise Golden Hector Mézquita Castillo October 8, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Module 4 – LU Student Presentation Adam Wood Anel Martínez Bievrich Arturo Salazar Martínez Denise Golden Hector Mézquita Castillo October 8, 2010
Expansionist Ecological Image Sources: pg; pg 4dba-ad73-6dc9c6195e81/Assessing-the-progress-of-Ecological-Organizations.jpg; Y- DbBvf7R5Y/SYndmsIKLFI/AAAAAAAAViA/Id63tcrLSLo/s400/ecological- footprint-illustration.jpg ; 4dba-ad73-6dc9c6195e81/Assessing-the-progress-of-Ecological-Organizations.jpghttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/_; Y- DbBvf7R5Y/SYndmsIKLFI/AAAAAAAAViA/Id63tcrLSLo/s400/ecological- footprint-illustration.jpghttp://www.hickerphoto.com Conservation = Sustainable Exploitation Nature provides a forum to judge the state of human society
Ecological Worldview: deep ecology sustainable values are dominant Expansionist Worldview: unbridled development values are dominant Political Left Well-being recognised limits to growth collective Political Right wealth economic growth is the target individual Sustainable Development
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Parkins, J.R. (2006). De-Centering Environmental Governance: A Short History and Analysis of Democratic Processes in the Forest Sector of Alberta, Canada. Policy Sciences, 39(2), 188.
Hooghe, L., & Marks, G. (2003). Unraveling the Central State, but How? Types of Multi-Level Governance. The American Political Science Review, 97(2), 236.
Environmental Justice Case Studies
Problem Strategies Used Results
ProblemStrategies UsedResults pdf Pg:47-49
EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) Evolved to SIA (Social Impact Assessment) Ecological Impact: Physical Biological Focus: Social Impacts: Human health. Socio-economic conditions. Physical and cultural heritage. Current use of lands for traditional purposes by aboriginal persons. Focus:
Physical Economic Social Project Future
Are the ecological changes taking place on the planet the driver in changes to governance of the commons? Is the SIA a reasonable way to evaluate projects? Do you think a real balance between physical, social and economic can be obtained from these type of laws?