Inlämning av Examensarbete / Submission of Thesis

Kellee Jackson; Pierre Johnson; Melinda Jolley , pp. 89. ING/School of Engineering, 2011.

The work

Författare / Author: Kellee Jackson, Pierre Johnson, Melinda Jolley
Titel / Title: Strategic Methods in Community Engagement for UNESCO Biosphere Reserves
Abstrakt Abstract:

This research aimed to find strategic methods in community engagement related to regional sustainable development, specifically within the context of regions in Europe and North America that are applying for the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation. The Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development was presented as a planning framework that can fill gaps in the current Biosphere Reserve planning process. A tool for assessing community engagement based on the five Process Characteristics of transparency, cooperation, openness, inclusiveness, and involvement was created and used to explore community engagement practices in six UNESCO Biosphere Reserve regions in Sweden and Canada. The assessment of methods used in those six regions yielded a list of nine methods which stood out in contributing to community engagement.

Ämnesord / Subject: Hållbar utveckling - Sustainability\General
Hållbar utveckling - Sustainability\Strategic Planning
Environmental Studies\General
Nyckelord / Keywords: regional sustainable development, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Framework For Strategic Sustainable Development, community engagement methods, transparency, cooperation, openness, inclusiveness, involvement

Publication info

Dokument id / Document id: houn-8htdj4
Program:/ Programme Strategic Leadership Towards Sustainability
Registreringsdatum / Date of registration: 06/14/2011
Uppsatstyp / Type of thesis: Magisterarbete/Master's Thesis (60 credits)

Context

Handledare / Supervisor: Tamara Connell
tamara.connell@bth.se
Examinator / Examiner: Tamara Connell
Organisation / Organisation: Blekinge Institute of Technology
Institution / School: ING/School of Engineering

+46 455 38 50 00

Files & Access

Bifogad uppsats fil(er) / Files attached: bth2011jackson.pdf (2874 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster)