Module 4 – LU Student Presentation

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Module 4 – LU Student Presentation
Adam Wood
Anel Martínez Bievrich
Arturo Salazar Martínez
Denise Golden
Hector Mézquita Castillo
October 8, 2010
Expansionist
Ecological
Conservation
= Sustainable
Exploitation
Nature
provides a
forum to
judge the
state of
human
Image Sources:
society
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_qD9Y8Ncd3I4/SvRqfq1tsbI/AAAAAAAACuE/hnpEYJfDoyg/s400/GallupWorldview2009GSBB.j
pg;
http://www.grain.org/seedling_files/alumina-refinery.jpg; http://www.dashboardinsight.com/CMS/8e705b89-92904dba-ad73-6dc9c6195e81/Assessing-the-progress-of-Ecological-Organizations.jpg; http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_; Yhttp://www.holisticeducator.com/uf_2.jpg DbBvf7R5Y/SYndmsIKLFI/AAAAAAAAViA/Id63tcrLSLo/s400/ecologicalfootprint-illustration.jpg ; http://www.hickerphoto.com
Expansionist
Worldview: unbridled
development values
are dominant
Political Left
• Well-being
• recognised
limits to growth
Sustainable
Development
•collective
Ecological Worldview:
deep ecology
sustainable values are
dominant
Political Right
• wealth
• economic
growth is the
target
•individual
Eagle View
Mouse View
Image Sources: http://blogs.jobdig.com/wwds/files/2008/06/soaring-bald-eagles_111.jpg ;
http://www.australianfauna.com/images/pilligamouse.jpg
Parkins, J.R. (2006). De-Centering Environmental
Governance: A Short History and Analysis of Democratic
Processes in the Forest Sector of Alberta, Canada. Policy
Sciences, 39(2), 188. http://www.jstor.org/stable/27667605
Hooghe, L., & Marks, G. (2003). Unraveling the Central State, but
How? Types of Multi-Level Governance. The American Political
Science Review, 97(2), 236. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3118206
Environmental Justice Case Studies
Results
Strategies
Used
Problem
http://www.umich.edu/~snre492/blanca.html
Problem
http://lbxml.ust.hk/th_imgo/b1023440.
pdf Pg:47-49
Strategies Used
Results
http://www.larouchepub.com/spanish/other_articles/2008/1101_m_r_lozan
o.html
EIA
(Environmental Impact
Assessment)
Focus:
Ecological Impact:
•Physical
•Biological
Evolved to
SIA
(Social Impact
Assessment)
Focus:
Social Impacts:
•Human health.
•Socio-economic conditions.
•Physical and cultural heritage.
•Current use of lands for
traditional purposes by
aboriginal persons.
Physical
Economic
Social
Project
Future
• Are the ecological changes taking place
on the planet the driver in changes to
governance of the commons?
• Is the SIA a reasonable way to evaluate
projects?
• Do you think a real balance between
physical, social and economic can be
obtained from these type of laws?
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