the potential participatory approaches have to facilitate social learning. Here we report on a research investigating social learning in a participatory process to the management plan of a Natura2000 site. Findings show that trust and social capital are important when it comes to change processes beyond the immediate participatory experience. Therefore, communities with good levels of social capital could be more susceptible to social learning processes as compared to communities with less social capital available.
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||The 9th Conference of the European Association of Ecological Economics - Istanbul, Turkey|
Duration: 13 Jun 2011 → 17 Jun 2011
|Conference||The 9th Conference of the European Association of Ecological Economics|
|Period||13/06/11 → 17/06/11|
Rodela, R., & Maiulini, E. (2011). Participatory approaches to nature protection: the learning within and beyond deliberative workshops. Abstract from The 9th Conference of the European Association of Ecological Economics, Istanbul, Turkey.