There is general understanding that collaboration is a key element in the governance for a sustainable environment. In this context knowledge utilization has become a popular research topic. However, the role of information content in enhancing collaboration has been rarely addressed. We consider 2 types of information on mutual dependencies between actors that result from ecological interdependencies in the landscape: information on landscape sites providing multiple benefits to a range of stakeholders, and information on how these benefits depend on coordinated landscape-level management.
Opdam, P., Coninx, I., Dewulf, A., Steingrover, E., Vos, C., van der Wal, M., Does information on landscape benefits influence collective action in landscape governance?, Current Opinion In Environmental Sustainability, vol.18, issue7, pp.107-114, 2016
Does information on landscape benefits influence collective action in landscape governance?
Published 1 February 2016