Search for dissertations about: "political ecology"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 59 swedish dissertations containing the words political ecology.

  1. 1. Conditions of ‘Sustainability’ : The Case of Climate Change Adaptation in Sweden

    Author : David Olsson; Mikael Granberg; Line Säll; Stig Montin; Karlstads universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; climate change adaptation; resilience; vulnerability; sustainability; transformation; governing; policy analysis; Bacchi; WPR; discourse analysis; governmentality; political ecology; climate justice; phronesis; climate change; environmental politics; sustainable development; Statsvetenskap; Political Science;

    Abstract : By describing climate change as one of the greatest challenges of our time, the Swedish government has expressed a commitment to climate change adaptation as an integral part of the country’s sustainable development efforts. Sweden has also been portrayed as a frontrunner of climate policy and sustainable development. READ MORE

  2. 2. Restoration of semi-natural grasslands : Impacts on biodiversity, ecosystem services and stakeholder perceptions

    Author : Emelie Waldén; Regina Lindborg; Sara A O Cousins; Erik Öckinger; Aveliina Helm; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES; LANTBRUKSVETENSKAPER; NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURVETENSKAP; LANTBRUKSVETENSKAPER; NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURAL SCIENCES; AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES; Biodiversity; Ecosystem services; Farmer; Landscape ecology; Plant; Policy; Restoration; Semi-natural grassland; Biologisk mångfald; Ekosystemtjänster; Landskapsekologi; Lantbrukare; Naturbetesmark; Policy; Restaurering; Växter; Äng; naturgeografi; Physical Geography;

    Abstract : Humans play a major role shaping the living conditions for not only ourselves, but also all other species on Earth. In fact, some species-rich habitat types require human management to uphold the biodiversity and related ecosystem services. READ MORE

  3. 3. Communicating professional perspectives : local governments and spatial planning for sustainability

    Author : Sylvia Dovlén; Folke Snickars; Kimmo Lapintie; KTH; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Political science; spatial planning practice; planning theory; local government; sustainable development; ecology and economy; Statsvetenskap; Political science; Statsvetenskap;

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  4. 4. The Bias of the World : Theories of Unequal Exchange in History

    Author : John Brolin; Humanekologi; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; History and philosophy of the social sciences; Contemporary history since 1914 ; Ecology; political ecology; ecological footprint; emergy; underconsumptionism; post-Keynesian; unlimited supplies of labour; Prebisch-Singer; centre-periphery; terms of trade; staple thesis; ecologial economics; Marxist economics; classical economics; history of political economy; mercantilism; non-equvalent exchange; unequal exchange; Economics; econometrics; economic theory; economic systems; economic policy; Nationalekonomi; ekonometri; ekonomisk teori; ekonomiska system; ekonomisk politik; Nutidshistoria från 1914 ; Ekologi; Samhällsvetenskapernas historia och filosofi;

    Abstract : This is a history of theories and theorists of unequal exchange. Starting with mercantilists and Richard Cantillon's theory based on land values, it briefly covers the early Classical economists and Gerald Fitzhugh. READ MORE

  5. 5. On Transnational Actor Participation in Global Environmental Governance

    Author : Andreas Nordang Uhre; Jonas Tallberg; Andreas Duit; Jan Beyers; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Global environmental governance; interest groups; non-state participation; transnational actors; transdemos; transaccess; unfccc; cbd; population ecology; observers; climate change; biological diversity; statsvetenskap; Political Science;

    Abstract : The formal access of transnational actors (TNA) to international organizations (IO) has increased steadily over the past five decades, and a growing body of literature is at the moment concerned with the theoretical and normative implications of these developments. However, very little is known as of yet about who the TNAs in global governance are, where they come from, which issue areas they focus on, and when and where they choose to participate. READ MORE