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Author Kauffman, Craig M.,
Title Grassroots global governance : local watershed management experiments and the evolution of sustainable development / Craig M. Kauffman.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2017]

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Author Kauffman, Craig M.,
Subject Watershed management -- Political aspects -- Ecuador.
Integrated water development -- Political aspects -- Ecuador.
Sustainable development -- Political aspects -- Ecuador.
Local government -- Ecuador.
Globalization -- Political aspects -- Ecuador.
Watershed management -- International cooperation.
Integrated water development -- International cooperation.
Sustainable development -- International cooperation.
Globalization -- Political aspects.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 252 pages) : illustrations, map
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The nexus between global and local governance -- Grassroots global governance : theory and process -- Ecuadorian watershed management reform in context -- Phase 1 : national network activation -- Local legacies of national network activation -- Phase 2 : why local local integrated watershed management campaigns endure -- Local experimentation in Tungurahua -- Phase 3 : global impacts of local experiments -- Conclusion : rethinking global governance -- Methodological appendix.
Summary To address global problems like climate change, transnational networks promote "best practices" locally around the world. Grassroots Global Governance explains the variations in their success levels and why implementing these "global ideas" locally causes them to evolve at the international level. Ultimately, the book demonstrates how global governance is partially constructed at the grassroots.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 25, 2021).
ISBN 9780190625740 electronic book
0190625740 electronic book
9780190625757 electronic book
0190625759 electronic book
9780190625733 hardcover alkaline paper
OCLC # 953636049
Additional Format Print version: Kauffman, Craig M. Grassroots global governance. New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016 9780190625733 (DLC) 2016020387



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