The evolution of policy instruments used in water, land and environmental governances in Victoria, Australia from 1860–2016
R Werdiningtyas, Y Wei, AW Western
Environmental Science & Policy | Elsevier | Published : 2020
Debate continues regarding which policy instrument should be used to ensure land, water, and environmental governance that promotes the sustainability of social-ecological systems (SESs). Policy instruments and Social Ecological Systems have played important roles in the theoretical development of natural resource governance systems. They, however, have been considered in isolation from one another. This study aims to bridge between the two by interpreting policy instruments as rules of interaction in a social-ecological system. Specifically, a longitudinal study on Victorian Acts was conducted to understand how policy instruments for land, water, and environmental governances adopted from 1..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council
This work was funded by the Commonwealth of Australia under the Australia Awards Scholarship and was partly supported through the Australian Research Council Future Fellowship Program (FT130100274).