Community-Based Collaboration by E. Franklin Dukes

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The debate over the value of community-based environmental collaboration
is one that dominates current discussions of the management of public lands and other resources. In
Community-Based Collaboration: Bridging Socio-Ecological Research and
the volume’s contributors offer an in-depth interdisciplinary
exploration of what attracts people to this collaborative mode. The authors address the new
institutional roles adopted by community-based collaborators and their interaction with existing
governance institutions in order to achieve more holistic solutions to complex environmental


Heidi L. Ballard,
University of California, Davis * Juliana E. Birkhoff, RESOLVE * Charles Curtin, Antioch
University * Cecilia Danks, University of Vermont * E. Franklin Dukes, University of
Virginia and George Mason University * María Fernández-Giménez, Colorado
State University * Karen E. Firehock, University of Virginia * Melanie Hughes McDermott,
Rutgers University * William D. Leach, California State University, Sacramento * Margaret
Ann Moote, private consultant * Susan L. Senecah, State University of New York College of
Environmental Science and Forestry * Gregg B. Walker, Oregon State University


About E. Franklin Dukes

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E. Franklin Dukes is Director of the Institute for Environmental Negotiation at the University of Virginia and the Environmental Conflict Resolution Initiative at George Mason University. Karen E. Firehock is Executive Director of the Green Infrastructure Center and Adjunct Professor at the University of Virginia. Juliana E. Birkhoff is Vice-President of Programs and Practice at RESOLVE.
Published September 14, 2011 by University of Virginia Press. 240 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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