Thesis / Dissertation

Understanding the Co-evolution of Land, Water, and Environmental Governance in Victoria during 1860 - 2016

Raden Rara Ratri Werdiningtyas, Yongping Wei (ed.)

Published : 2019

Abstract

There are many cases where the changes in government interventions have resulted in considerable negative consequences to social-ecological systems (SESs) instead of promoting improvement. Difficulties occur in guiding governance change to steer SESs onto desirable pathways. However, the linkage between the degradation of SESs and governance failure remains unclear. To address this gap, this research aims to understand the co-evolution of land, water, and environmental governance through the integration of policy into social-ecological system frameworks (SESFs). This research is presented into three chapters to answer the following three research questions: Research Question 1: How does la..

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