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Author: Tobias Haller; Thomas Breu; Tine de Moor; Christian Rohr; Heinz Peter Znoj
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Series: Earthscan studies in natural resource management; Earthscan studies in natural resource management.
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This volume focuses on how, in Europe, the debate on the commons is discussed in regard to historical and contemporary dimensions, critically referencing the work of Elinor Ostrom. It also explores from the perspective of new institutional political ecology (NIPE) how Europe directly and indirectly affected and affects the commons globally. Most of the research on the management of commons pool resources is limited  Read more...
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Commons in a glocal world
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2018058038
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tobias Haller; Thomas Breu; Tine de Moor; Christian Rohr; Heinz Peter Znoj
ISBN: 9781351050982 1351050982 9781351050968 1351050966 9781351050975 1351050974 9781351050951 1351050958
OCLC Number: 1085578016
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 501 pages)
Contents: Introduction : on commons in a "glocal" world / Tobias Haller, Thomas Breu, Christian Rohr, Tine de Moor and Heinzpeter Znoj --
Shared ownership as key issue of swiss history : common pool resources, common property institutions and their impact on the political culture of Switzerland from the beginnings to our days / Daniel Schläppi --
Social causality of our common climate crisis : toward a sociodicy for the anthropocene / Jesse Ribot --
Disruption, community, and resilient governance : environmental justice in the anthropocene / David Schlosberg --
A definition of the commons, between human rights, resistance, and social change / Elisabetta Cangelosi --
Towards a new institutional political ecology : how to marry external effects, institutional change and the role of power and ideology in commons studies / Tobias Haller --
Common challenges, different fates : the causal factors of failure or success in the commons : the pre-modern Brecklands (England) and the Campine (southern Low Countries) compared / Maïka De Keyzer --
For the common good : regulating the Lake Constance fisheries from 1350 to 1800 / Michael Zeheter --
The commons in highland and lowland Switzerland over time : transformations in their organisation and survival strategies (seventeenth to twentieth century) / Anne-Lise Head-König --
From natural supply to financial yields : the common fields of the Bernese civic corporation since the seventeenth century / Martin Stuber and Sarah Baumgartner --
Universal values and the protection of commons : fighting corruption with bottom-up process in Mallorca / Ramez Eid Constitutionality and identity : bottom-up institution building and identity among coastal Sami in northern Norway / Angelika Lätsch --
Swiss alpine pastures as common property : a success story of bottom-up institution-building in sumvitg, canton of grisons, switzerland / Gabriela Landolt --
Impacts of large-scale land acquisitions on common-pool resources : evidence from the land matrix / Markus Giger, Kerstin Nolte Ward Anseeuw, Thomas Breu, Wytske O. Chamberlain, Peter Messerli, Christoph Oberlack and Tobias Haller --
"They said they were bringing a development project" : "best-practice" large-scale land acquisition or "commons grabbing" in Ghana's Volta region? / Kristina Lanz --
Grabbing the female commons : large-scale land acquisitions for forest plantations and impacts on gender relations in Kilolo District, Iringa Region, Tanzania / Désirée Gmür --
Gendered impacts and coping strategies in the case of a Swiss bioenergy project in sierra leone / Franziska Marfurt --
The open cut : mining, transnational corporations and the commons / Thomas Niederberger, Madlen Kobi and Tobias Haller --
Are green energy investments levelled by the "new commons"? : compensations, CSR measures and gendered impacts of a solar energy project in Morocco / Sarah Ryser --
Global changes in local governance of the commons : the case of the African Parks Foundation engagement in Nech Sar National Park, Ethiopia / Girma Kelboro and Till Stellmacher --
Discourse and entanglement in a transnational conservation arena : deciphering the ideologies and narratives behind conservation discourse in the "glocal" commons in Kenya / Samuel Weissman --
Rain forest anomy : national parks, REDD+ implementation and the run to the forest in Jambi, Indonesia / Heinzpeter Znoj, Rahel Jud and Yudi Bachtiakora --
A structured checklist to identify connections between land grabbing and water grabbing / Insa Theesfeld --
International investment agreements and mega-regionals : promoting or undermining the right to water? / Rodrigo Polanco Lazo and Azernoosh Bazrafkan --
The human right to water in India : in search of an alternative commons-based approach in the context of climate change / Birsha Ohdedar.
Series Title: Earthscan studies in natural resource management; Earthscan studies in natural resource management.
Responsibility: edited by Tobias Haller, Thomas Breu, Tine De Moor, Christian Rohr, Heinzpeter Znoj.

Abstract:

This volume focuses on how, in Europe, the debate on the commons is discussed in regard to historical and contemporary dimensions, critically referencing the work of Elinor Ostrom. It also explores from the perspective of new institutional political ecology (NIPE) how Europe directly and indirectly affected and affects the commons globally. Most of the research on the management of commons pool resources is limited to dealing with one of two topics: either the interaction between local participatory governance and development of institutions for commons management, or a political- economy approach that focuses on global change as it is related to the increasingly globalised expansion of capitalist modes of production, consumption and societal reproduction. This volume bridges the two, addressing how global players affect the commons worldwide and how they relate to responses emerging from within the commons in a global- local (glocal) world. Authors from a range of academic disciplines present research findings on recent developments on the commons, including: historical insights; new innovations for participatory institutions building in Europe or several types of commons grabbing, especially in Africa related to European investments; and restrictions on the management of commons at the international level. European case studies are included, providing interesting examples of local participation in commons resource management, while simultaneously showing Europe as a centre for globalized capitalism and its norms and values, affecting the rest of the world, particularly developing countries. This book will be of interest to students and researchers from a wide range of disciplines including natural resource management, environmental governance, political geography and environmental history.

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