How to Deal with Legitimacy in Nature Conservation Policy?

J.P.M. van Tatenhove

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Abstract

Nature conservation policy has developed from the protection and conservation areas by private parties and governments at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century to nature development and the creation of ecological networks through Europe in the 1990's. With the introduction of the concept Natura 2000, the European Union broadened its policy scope
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLegitimacy in European Nature Conservation Policy. Case Studies in Multilevel Governance.
EditorsJ. Keulartz, G. Leistra
Pages101-107
Number of pages284
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameThe International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics
PublisherSpringer
Number14

Keywords

  • nature conservation policy
  • nature development

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    van Tatenhove, J. P. M. (2008). How to Deal with Legitimacy in Nature Conservation Policy? In J. Keulartz, & G. Leistra (Eds.), Legitimacy in European Nature Conservation Policy. Case Studies in Multilevel Governance. (pp. 101-107). (The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics; No. 14).