Sustainable Local Development and Environmental Governance: A Strategic Planning Experience
AbstractThe emphasis on learning and adaptation among different actors at various political administrative levels and on various geographic scales has become a precondition for the emergence of sustainable development. It is possible to find the essential form of collaborative management by using a Strategic Plan, designed to determine a local model of sustainable competitiveness in economic, social and environmental terms. The adoption of a Strategic Plan stimulates a process of shared knowledge, through which it is possible to generate a new environmental governance (EG) that is truly representative of a local system. This paper presents, as a case study representative of the Italian context, the Strategic Plan of the Nebrodi area (SP), and assesses the structure of a new form of public and private environmental governance focused on sustainable concern. Finally, the SP could be considered a guideline for managing the local territorial and environmental system from a long-term perspective. View Full-Text
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Ioppolo, G.; Cucurachi, S.; Salomone, R.; Saija, G.; Shi, L. Sustainable Local Development and Environmental Governance: A Strategic Planning Experience. Sustainability 2016, 8, 180.
Ioppolo G, Cucurachi S, Salomone R, Saija G, Shi L. Sustainable Local Development and Environmental Governance: A Strategic Planning Experience. Sustainability. 2016; 8(2):180.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ioppolo, Giuseppe; Cucurachi, Stefano; Salomone, Roberta; Saija, Giuseppe; Shi, Lei. 2016. "Sustainable Local Development and Environmental Governance: A Strategic Planning Experience." Sustainability 8, no. 2: 180.
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