Empirically Analysing the Implications of Discursive Democracy for Environmental Sustainability
An approach to empirically analysing the contribution of discursive democracy to more environmentally sustainable land management prior to implementing changes to policy processes in practice.
||Discursive Democracy, Environmental Sustainability, Discourse, Q Methodology, Land Management
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.173-182.
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David Ockwell’s principal research interest is strategic environmental policy analysis and development. He has project managed and participated in a diverse range of research projects across Southeast Asia, East Africa, Australia and Europe. He has also provided direct policy advice to various UK Government departments and the European Commission on a wide range of areas including sustainable economic development, sustainability appraisals, sustainability reporting, monitoring and evaluation, sustainable forestry, carbon trading, transport, air quality, water and Common Pool Resource (CPR) management.
David is currently researching his doctorate in the Centre for Ecology, Law and Policy at the University of York, UK. Using the case study of anthropogenic burning in Cape York, Australia, his doctoral research takes an inter-disciplinary approach to analysing the implications of discursive democracy for environmental sustainability
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