Learning how to deal with values, frames and governance in sustainability appraisal
Bond, Alan J.; Dockerty, Trudie; Lovett, Andrew; Riche, Andrew B.; Haughton, Alison J.; Bohan, David A.; Sage, Rufus B.; Shield, Ian F.; Finch, Jon W.; Turner, Martin M.; Karp, Angela. 2011 Learning how to deal with values, frames and governance in sustainability appraisal. Regional Studies, 45 (8). 1157-1170. 10.1080/00343404.2010.485181Full text not available from this repository.
The effectiveness of Sustainability Appraisal is highly contested because of the value-based nature of the assumed goal (sustainable development), because effectiveness itself can be determined through different theoretical framings, and because good governance does not guarantee sustainable outcomes. Drawing on learning derived from the literature and a case study examining biomass crop planting on a regional scale in England, an approach for managing the Sustainability Appraisal development and application process is proposed. This incorporates analytic–deliberative techniques as the basis for more pluralism, combined with constraints mapping. Such an approach, it is suggested, can better accommodate multiple framings.
|Programmes:||CEH Topics & Objectives 2009 onwards > Water > WA Topic 2 - Ecohydrological Processes > WA - 2.2 - Integrate the effect of urban and rural land use on the ecohydrological functioning of a landscape mosaic|
|Additional Keywords:||sustainability appraisal, biomass crops, constraints mapping, learning, analytic–deliberative, pluralism|
|NORA Subject Terms:||Hydrology|
|Date made live:||30 Aug 2011 10:11|
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