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Bruce C. Glavovic
Massey University
55Publications
12H-index
448Citations
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#1Erena Le Heron (University of Auckland)H-Index: 5
#2June Logie (University of Auckland)
Last.Dan Hikuroa (University of Auckland)H-Index: 6
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Abstract Coastal nations and islands have featured a participatory turn this century directed to resolving conflicts in multi-use/user marine spaces. Yet, few conceptual and empirical studies focus on participation as an institutional form to engage with the pressures of diverse and contesting uses and user interests in marine environments. These spaces are volatile arenas of power and politics, challenging available regulatory, governance and managerial models. The paper first reviews understan...
#1Charlotte Šunde (Cawthron Institute)H-Index: 1
#2Jim Sinner (Cawthron Institute)H-Index: 9
Last.Kai M. A. Chan (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 37
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Abstract Valuation encompasses far more than the practice of estimating the financial value of environmental services and changes. It extends to almost any socio-political process in which local actors seek to shape the development of their places and environments by describing what matters about these places. This paper draws on diverse engagements with participants involved in high-profile marine development decisions in New Zealand to examine value-articulating institutions (VAIs), i.e., the ...
#1Paul S. Kench (University of Auckland)H-Index: 30
#2E.J. Ryan (University of Auckland)H-Index: 4
Last.Hamish G. Rennie (Lincoln University (New Zealand))H-Index: 2
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ABSTRACT Kench, P.S.; Ryan, E.J.; Owen, S.; Bell, R.; Lawrence, J.; Glavovic, B.; Blackett, P.; Becker, J.; Schneider, P.; Allis, M.; Dickson, M., and Rennie, H.G. 2018. Co-creating resilience solutions to coastal hazards through an interdisciplinary research project in New Zealand, In: Shim, J.-S.; Chun, I., and Lim, H.S. (eds.), Proceedings from the International Coastal Symposium (ICS) 2018 (Busan, Republic of Korea). Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 85, pp. 1496–1500. Coconut C...
#2Philipp GorrisH-Index: 3
Last.Bruce C. Glavovic (Massey University)H-Index: 12
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This paper dedicates to understanding of what is needed to achieve the transformation of ocean governance. Based on the theory of transformative agency conceptualized in a multi-level governance context, we build on recent novel inter- and transdisciplinary research in Brazil to explore the opportunities for transformation in the dynamic, complex and multi-level field of ocean governance. We focus this analysis on three transformation processes towards developing a socially and ecologically cohe...
#1Paul SchneiderH-Index: 1
#2Bruce C. GlavovicH-Index: 12
Last.Trisia FarrellyH-Index: 5
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Coastal hazard risk, compounded by climate change, is escalating. Efforts to address this challenge are fraught and ‘success’ is elusive. We focus on this impasse and recommend ways to improve understanding, reduce risk and enable adaptation. Two Aotearoa New Zealand coastal communities, Mercury Bay and Kennedy Bay, on the Coromandel Peninsula, serve as case studies. Ethnographic fieldwork underpins this analysis. Despite close proximity, local perceptions are ‘worlds apart’. Poor understanding ...
Coastal sustainability is elusive in South Africa and the Mississippi delta. These case studies and convergent literatures demonstrate the merits of reconceptualising coastal management as a transformative practice of deliberative governance. A normative framework is presented that focuses attention on underpinning deliberative outcomes to enable governance actors and networks to build cognitive, democratic, sociopolitical and institutional capacity to transform unsustainable and maladaptive coa...
#1Ramachandran Ramesh (Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests)H-Index: 26
#2CHENZhongyuan (ECNU: East China Normal University)H-Index: 32
Last.Eric Wolanski (JCU: James Cook University)H-Index: 61
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Abstract The Land–ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone (LOICZ) project was established in 1993 as a core project of the International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme (IGBP) to provide the science knowledge to answer “How will changes in land use, sea level and climate alter coastal systems, and what are the wider consequences?” In its first phase of operation (1993–2003) LOICZ began a fundamental investigation focused on biophysical dimensions, including seminal assessments of coastal seas as ne...
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