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Bureaucratic Rivalry in Mangrove Forest Policy and Management

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Bureaucratic Rivalry in Mangrove Forest Policy and Management

Multilevel power relations from local to international scales of governance

Md. Faisal Abedin Khan (Autor)

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ISBN-13 (Printausgabe) 9783736974968
ISBN-13 (E-Book) 9783736964969
Sprache Englisch
Seitenanzahl 110
Umschlagkaschierung matt
Auflage 1.
Erscheinungsort Göttingen
Promotionsort Göttingen
Erscheinungsdatum 18.10.2021
Allgemeine Einordnung Dissertation
Fachbereiche Forstwissenschaften
Umweltforschung, Ökologie und Landespflege
Schlagwörter Mangrove forest, sustainable development, forest management, bureaucratic rivalry, Bangladesh, global policy, tropics, subtropics, conflicts, competition, mangrove governance, Mangrovenwald, nachhaltige Entwicklung, Waldbewirtschaftung, bürokratische Rivalität, globale Politik, Tropen, Konflikte, Wettbewerb, Mangrovenverwaltung, Katastrophenmanagement, Disaster Management, Küstenwache, Coast Guard, Mangrovenbewirtschaftung, Mangrovenregimekomplex, Mangrove Regime Complex, Palli Karma Shahayok Stiftung, Palli Karma Shahayok Foundation, Welterbe-Konvention, World Heritage Convention, Ökosystem, ecosystem, Landnutzung, land use, Mangrovenwaldpolitik, Sundarbans, Klimawandel, climate change, Machtnetzwerk, Umweltverschmutzung, pollution, biologische Vielfalt, biodiversity, Kleinstkredite, microcredit, Umweltzerstörung, natural calamities, Umweltressourcen, environmental resources, Waldbewirtschaftungsplanung, forest management planning, Netzwerk, network, individuelles Machthandeln, individual power, Sanktionen, sanction, gemeinschaftsbasierte Waldbewirtschaftung, community-based forest governance
Beschreibung

Since the Earth Summit of 1992, the concept of sustainable development has gained rapid interest in global policy debate—which incurs effective policy solutions in any forest management. Mangroves are coastal forests, commonly found in the tropics and subtropics, where they fulfil many necessary functions from the productive, protective, and social points of view. A large number of multidisciplinary actors ranging from international to local level are actively engaged with perceived issues concentrated on mangrove forest policies irrespective of any geographical location.
Nonetheless, given their financial, technical, and expertise-related means, the active actors are expected to have a considerable degree of conflicts and competition showing formal and informal influences over policy issues. Moreover, by allocating financial means and sub-delegating authoritative power, actors at multiple jurisdictions may gain power and serve interests in mangrove governance. Hence, the study attempts to describe and explain the bureaucratic rivalry among the actors in mangrove forest policy and management at the meta-level. In doing so, the author employed the Sundarbans of Bangladesh — the world’s largest contiguous tract of mangrove forest – as an illustrative case in policy formulation and implementation.