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SAGE Handbook of Nature

by Terry Marsden SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2018
ISBN:
9781446298572
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Hbk 1744 pages
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An ambitious retrospective and prospective overview of the field that aims to position Nature, the environment and natural processes, at the heart of interdisciplinary social sciences.

Introduction to the Handbook - Terry Marsden
PART 01: SUSTAINABILITY AND GOVERNANCE: SOME STARTING POINTS
Chapter 1: Introduction to Part One : Sustainablity and Governance: some starting points. - Terry Marsden
Chapter 2: Re-reading sustainability through the Triple Helix model in the frame of a systems perspective - Francesca Farioli, Sergio Barile, Marialuisa Saviano, Francesca Iandolo
Chapter 3: Environmental Philosophy and Environmental Ethics for Sustainability - Robin Attfield
Chapter 4: The role of social science in nature-society transitions - Kjell Andersson and Stefan Sjöblom
Chapter 5: Understanding the evolving relationship between tourism and nature in an era of sustainability - Alison M. Gill
Chapter 6: Governance Mechanisms as Promoters of Governability: a Political Science Perspective on Institutional Complexity - Stefan Sjöblom and Kjell Andersson
Chapter 7: Nature Governance: A multimodal view - Abid Mehmood
Chapter 8: Purposeful institutional change for Adaptive Governance of Natural Resources: How to Cater for Context and Agency? - Andreas Thiel and Farhad Mukhtarov
PART 02: NATURAL AND SOCIO-NATURAL VULNERABILITIES: INTERWEAVING THE NATURAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES
Chapter 9: Introduction to Part Two: Natural and Socio-natural Vulnerabilities: Interweaving the natural and social sciences - Wendy Larner
Chapter 10: Human Vulnerability and Resilience to Environmental Hazards - Ilan Kelman, JC Gaillard and Ben Wisner
Chapter 11: Epistemic politics of climate change - Martin Mahony
Chapter 12: A new biopolitics of environmental health: permeable bodies and the Anthropocene - Becky Mansfield
Chapter 13: Nature, Critique, Ontology, and Decolonial Options: Problematising 'The Political' - Mark Jackson
PART 03: SPACING NATURES: SUSTAINABLE PLACE MAKING AND ADAPTATION
Chapter 14: Introduction to Part Three: Spacing Natures: Resourceful and Resilient Community Environmental Practice - Alex Franklin
Chapter 15: Spacing Conservation Practice: Place-Making, Social Learning, and Adaptive Landscape Governance in Natural Resource Management - Daniel R. Williams
Chapter 16: Politics of Connectivity: The Relevance of Place-Based Approaches to Support Sustainable Development and the Governance of Nature and Landscape - L.G. Horlings
Chapter 17: Resilience of Resource Communities: Perspectives and Challenges - Juha Kotilainen
Chapter 18: Sustainability, Justice, and the Problem of Scale: Place-making as a 'Multi-scalar Fix' in Urban Environmental Politics - Joseph Pierce
PART 04: COUPLED AND (DE-COUPLED) SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Chapter 19: Introduction to Part Four: Utilising a Coupled Social-Ecological Systems Approach for Place Based Analysis - Susan Baker and Isabelle Durance
Chapter 20: Resilience and Adaptation in Coupled Natural-Social Systems: A Place-Based Perspective - Susan Baker and Isabelle Durance
Chapter 21: Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: Insights from Seagrass Meadows in the Turks and Caicos Islands - Jessica Paddock, Susan Baker, Leanne Cullen-Unsworth, Alastair Smith, Richard Unsworth
Chapter 22: Ecological localism – re-coupling people place and nature - Mark Robins and Adrian Southern
PART 05: RISK AND THE ENVIRONMENT: SOCIAL THEORIES, PUBLIC UNDERSTANDINGS, & THE SCIENCE-POLICY INTERFACE
Chapter 23: Introduction to Part Five: Risk and rationality: the “frame problema revisited, from the laboratory to the public sphere - Brian H MacGillivray and Nick F Pidgeon
Chapter 24: Social theories of risk and the environment - Ortwin Renn
Chapter 25: Decision-making about the environment - Victoria Campbell-Arvai, Douglas Bessette, Robyn Wilson and Joseph Arvai
Chapter 26: Public Engagement with Risk and the Science-Policy Interface: A Perspective on Techno-Visionary Science and Innovation - Phil Macnaghten
PART 06: HUNGRY AND THIRSTY CITIES AND THEIR REGIONS
Chapter 27: Introduction to Part Six: Feeding Hungry and Thirsty Cities: An Introduction - Roberta Sonnino and Ana Moragues-Faus
Chapter 28: Urban Food Governance in the Global North - Wendy Mendes and Roberta Sonnino
Chapter 29: Urban food security in developing countries: Policy trajectories for urban Africa - Jane Battersby
Chapter 30: Conflicting Demands, Urban Dilemmas and Narrow Thinking about Water: Political Necessity and the Possibilities of Change - Antonio A R Ioris
Chapter 31: The role of small urban centres in food security and rural transformations - Cecilia Tacoli
PART 07:CRITICAL CONSUMERISM AND ITS MANUFACTURED NATURES
Chapter 32: Introduction to Part Seven: Sustainability and inequality: reviewing critical issues in understanding consumer – food relationships in Global Modernity - Gert Spaargaren and Peter Oosterveer
Chapter 33: Supermarkets, 'the consumer' and responsibilities for sustainable food - David Evans, Daniel Welch and Joanne Swaffield
Chapter 34: The Retail Sector And Sustainable Food Provision In Thailand - Kanang Kantamaturapoj
Chapter 35: Consumers, food security, and transformations in food retail in Vietnam - Sigrid Wertheim-Heck
Chapter 36: Accessing sustainable food: new figurations of food provision in the making? - Peter Oosterveer and Gert Spaargaren
PART 08: GENDERED NATURES AND ECO-FEMINISM
Chapter 37: Introduction to Part Eight: Gendered Nature and Ecofeminism - Susan Buckingham
Chapter 38: Across the Development Divide: A North-South Perspective on Environmental Democracy - Seema Arora-Jonsson
Chapter 39: Men at Work: Scientific and Technical Solutions to the “Problema of Nature - Joane Nagel
Chapter 40: Refiguring Motherhood and Maternalism in Ecofeminism - Niamh Moore
Chapter 41: What do women and nature have in common: affinity, contingency, or material relation? - Mary Mellor
PART 09: REPRODUCTIVE NATURES: PLANTS, ANIMALS AND PEOPLE
Chapter 42: Introduction to Part Nine: Making nature productive: stories of farmed and wild salmons, cow's choice, good bugs, earthworms and gardening - Mara Miele
Chapter 43: Redistributing labour in Automated Milking Systems and the more-than-human (co)production of dairy farming - Christopher Bear and Lewis Holloway
Chapter 44: Accumulating goods: Valuing practices in the production of Insects for Crop Protection - Stephanie Lavau
Chapter 45: Modes of Naturing: or stories of salmon - Heather Swanson, John Law and Marianne E. Lien
Chapter 46: Global Worming: politics of nature and earth(worm) systems - Filippo Bertoni
Chapter 47: Urban community gardening: producing new spaces of social nature in the city - Paul Milbourne
PART 10: NATURE, CLASS AND SOCIAL INEQUALITY
Chapter 48: Introduction to Part Ten: What nature and which society?: The complexities of nature-society relationships in the Anthropocene - Shonil Bhagwat
Chapter 49: The role of sacred natural sites in conflict resolution: lessons from Wonsho sacred forests of Sidama, Ethiopia - Zerihun Doffana
Chapter 50: Social equity in the context of forest conservation. Insights from REDD+ projects in Cambodia and Kenya. - Christina Ender
Chapter 51: Non-native invasive species: Nature, society and the management of novel nature in the Anthropocene - Shonil Bhagwat
Chapter 52: Community places, contested spaces: a political ecology of Italian sacred natural sites between cooperation and conflict - Fabrizio Frascaroli
Chapter 53: Marginalisation of Traditional Groups and the Degradation of Nature - Emma Shepheard-Walwyn
PART 11: BIO-SENSITIVITY & THE ECOLOGIES OF HEALTH
Chapter 54: Introduction to Part Eleven: Biosensitivity – an integrative approach to the health of people and planetary systems - Anthony Capon
Chapter 55: Adopting a public health ecology approach to a key food security issue: apiary, bio-diversity and conservation - Ferne Edwards, Jane Dixon and Ruth Beilin
Chapter 56: Nature contact and human health - Howard Frumkin
Chapter 57: Health, population, limits and the decline of nature - Colin D Butler and Kerryn Higgs
Chapter 58: A Bio-Sensitive and Nutritious Food Source: The Kangaroo and Troubled Nature–Society Relations - Michelle Young and Jane Dixon
Part 12: THE RESOURCE NEXUS AND ITS RELEVANCE
Chapter 59: Introduction to Part Twelve: The Resource Nexus and its Relevance - Raimund Bleischwitz
Chapter 60: A Water Perspective on the Water–Energy–Food Nexus - Carole Dalin
Chapter 61: Resources Nexus: The Importance for Asia and the Role of Institutions - Adnan A. Hezri and Michelle Kwa
Chapter 62: Fertilizers: Food Security and the Resource Nexus - Minpeng Chen, Yunfan Wan and Li Yue
Chapter 63: Industrial Symbiosis – a Bottom-Up Business Response to Nexus Challenges - Teresa Domenech Aparisi
Chapter 64: Institutions and the Governance of the Resource Nexus: The Case of Nitrogen Fertilizers in China - Philip Andrews-Speed
Part 13: SUSTAINABLE URBAN COMMUNITIES
Chapter 65: Introduction to Part Thirteen: Urban Natures: Sustainable Communities - Alison Blay-Palmer
Chapter 66: Metabolism of Global Cities: London, Manchester, Chicago - Harriet Friedmann
Chapter 67: A Tree Grows on West 22nd Street: Public Art, Nature, and the Transformation of Urban Communities - Hannah Nelson-Teutsch
Chapter 68: From Field to Table: Building a Cooperative Sustainable Food System in Balance with Nature - Cassie Wever and Debbie Field
Chapter 69: Nature as Threat and Opportunity in the Peri-Urban Fringe - Guy M Robinson
Part 14: RURAL NATURES AND THEIR CO-PRODUCTION
Chapter 70: Introduction to Part Fourteen: Rural Natures and their Co-Production - Jan Douwe van der Ploeg
Chapter 71: Agroecology and the Restoration of Organic Metabolisms in Agrifood Systems - Paulo Petersen
Chapter 72: The Contested Nature of the Farmed Landscape - J++rgen Primdahl
Chapter 73: Rural Landscapes in Dispute: on Coproduction, Farming Styles and Resource Diversity in Western Mexico - Peter R.W. Gerritsen
Chapter 74: Different Farming Strategies and the Shaping of Agricultural Landscapes: The Case of the Netherlands - Sabine de Rooij