How to Create a Common Vocabulary for Nature Policy? The Communicative Significance of Concepts of Nature

F.W.J. Keulartz

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    Abstract

    It has been argued that deadlock in debates on nature can only be prevented or circumvented if absolute, so-called 'objective' and science based notions of nature and naturalness are given up, and if it is possible to find a vocabulary that will enable experts and lay people alike to articulate and communicate there different and often conflicting views on nature and its relation to culture
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings symposium Political Ecology, Wageningen 2004
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherWSBV Sylvatica
    Pages14-25
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    EventSymposium -
    Duration: 17 Nov 200417 Nov 2004

    Conference

    ConferenceSymposium
    Period17/11/0417/11/04

    Keywords

    • nature conservation
    • valuation

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    Keulartz, F. W. J. (2004). How to Create a Common Vocabulary for Nature Policy? The Communicative Significance of Concepts of Nature. In Proceedings symposium Political Ecology, Wageningen 2004 (pp. 14-25). WSBV Sylvatica.