The Science of sustainable development : local livelihoods and the global environment / Jeffrey Sayer, Bruce Campbell.

By: Sayer, JeffreyContributor(s): Campbell, B. M. (Bruce Morgan), 1953-Material type: TextTextLanguage: ENG Publication details: New York : Cambridge University Press, c2003Description: xix, 268 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0521827280 (cloth : alk. paper); 0521534569 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Conservation of natural resources | Natural resources -- Management | Environmental management | Sustainable development | Rural developmentDDC classification: 333.72 LOC classification: S928 | .S28 2003
Contents:
Foreword / Claude Martin -- Pt. I. Integrating natural resource management -- 1. The challenge: alleviating poverty and conserving the environment -- 2. Dealing with complexity -- 3. Getting into the system: multiple realities, social learning and adaptive management -- 4. Issues of scale -- 5. Models, knowledge and negotiation -- Pt. II. Realities on the ground -- 6. Institutions for managing natural resources in African savannas -- 7. Forest margins in Indonesia Borneo -- 8. Learning by doing on tropical American hillsides -- Pt. III. The research-management continuum -- 9. The spread of innovations -- 10. Measuring the performance of natural resource systems -- 11. Achieving research-based management.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-261) and index.

Foreword / Claude Martin -- Pt. I. Integrating natural resource management -- 1. The challenge: alleviating poverty and conserving the environment -- 2. Dealing with complexity -- 3. Getting into the system: multiple realities, social learning and adaptive management -- 4. Issues of scale -- 5. Models, knowledge and negotiation -- Pt. II. Realities on the ground -- 6. Institutions for managing natural resources in African savannas -- 7. Forest margins in Indonesia Borneo -- 8. Learning by doing on tropical American hillsides -- Pt. III. The research-management continuum -- 9. The spread of innovations -- 10. Measuring the performance of natural resource systems -- 11. Achieving research-based management.