We’re clearly not doing a good job taking care of our environment. And many people are not happy with our governance systems for other reasons. Environmental governance requires our focused attention, and at the same time our creative attention. We have to think beyond disciplines and beyond the current fashions and recipes, to craft governance solutions for the problems we have and the assets we still have. Different methods, forms of knowledge, different levels of governance, different domains of policy and sites of policy integration can become important at different times.
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