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Author: G. A. Wilson,Meri Juntti
ISBN: 9076998426
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 246 pages
Publisher Wageningen Academic Publishers (October 31, 2005)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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by G. A. Wilson,Meri Juntti


By using an actor-network approach, the book specifically investigates the importance of networks of actors that shape the nature and . Geoffrey Alan Wilson, Meri Juntti.

By using an actor-network approach, the book specifically investigates the importance of networks of actors that shape the nature and direction of policies that affect desertification processes. In this sense, this book aims at providing a first glance into the complex policy, economic and socio-cultural networks that operate at the local, regional and national levels in areas of Southern Europe affected by desertification, and to analyse how these networks hinder, or promote, the implementation of policies aimed at alleviating the threat of desertification.

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Unraveling Desertification: Policies and Actor Networks in Southern Europe. Wageningen Academic Publishers. This book analyses processes of desertification from a social science perspective and unravels the policy related to drivers of desertification. Desertification is addressed both as a concept surrounded by a multitude of discourses and as a tangible unsustainable process that is connected to a complex set of policies and changing land management practices.

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9. Actor networks and the implementation of policies affecting desertification in Southern Europe 191; M. Juntti and . Wilson; . Introduction 191; . Actor networks and power in policy implementation 193; . 1 Power relationships and networks of interaction 193; . 2 The need to understand discourses, agendas and central actors in the four case study areas 194

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This book analyses processes of desertification from a social science perspective, and unravels the policy related to drivers of desertification. Desertification is addressed both as a concept surrounded by a multitude of different discourses and as a tangible unsustainable process that is connected to a complex set of policies and changing land management practices. The focus will be on Southern Europe, where desertification has been a long-standing problem in many areas, and where in some places the loss of productive capacity has worsened considerably over the last few decades. By focusing on four specific case study areas in Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece, the scope of the book will cover the 'human dimension' of desertification, exploring in particular how the framework of existing policies has affected land management decisions and desertification processes. The emphasis will be on how policies may have contributed to desertification alleviation and mitigation, as well as to a worsening of desertification processes. By using an actor-network approach, the book specifically investigates the importance of networks of actors that shape the nature and direction of policies that affect desertification processes. In this sense, this book aims at providing a first glance into the complex policy, economic and socio-cultural networks that operate at the local, regional and national levels in areas of Southern Europe affected by desertification, and to analyse how these networks hinder, or promote, the implementation of policies aimed at alleviating the threat of desertification. With its broad remit, this exciting book will appeal to many different audiences, not only including academics and students of various disciplines (including, for example, geography, environmental management, environmental sciences, agricultural sciences, policy studies, environmental politics, etc.), but also practitioners at the local, regional (Mediterranean) and international (e.g. EU) spatial levels in a variety of fields such as environmental and agricultural policymaking, agricultural extension services, farming organisations, environmental NGOs, media representatives and many other environmental stakeholder groups.