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Shared decision making and sustainability: An evaluation of land and resource management planning in British Columbia

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2002

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Frame, Tanis M., 2002, Shared decision making and sustainability: An evaluation of land and resource management planning in British Columbia: Simon Fraser University (Canada).

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A major challenge in achieving sustainability is resolving conflicts between competing stakeholders over the use of natural resources. Recent literature on land use planning proposes the use of innovative shared decision-making (SDM) or collaborative planning models to resolve planning disputes. British Columbia (B.C.) is the only jurisdiction that has applied SDM approaches in a systematic way for land and resource use planning on Crown land. This program provides a unique opportunity to evaluate these new approaches. The purpose of this research is to assess the effectiveness of the SDM approach used to develop the B.C. Land and Resource Management Plans (LRMPs). Based on a literature review of dispute resolution, collaborative planning, [...]

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