Peter Kamstra1, Brian Cook1, Tim Edensor2, David Kennedy1 1University Of Melbourne, Carlton, VIC, Australia 2Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom    Risk tends to be conceptualized at the individual scale, with risk management targeting individual’s knowledge, practices, and behaviors. However,...
  • June 13, 2019
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Dr Lisa Stafford1 1Queensland University of Technology It is hard not to find some reference to how being involved in public discourse and policy is every citizen’s fundamental right. Yet, exercising this right is privileged for only a certain few. ...
  • June 11, 2019
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Dr Nicholas Kirk1 1Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand   Consensus decision-making is an integral feature of the New Zealand model of freshwater collaboration. Prior to collaboration, New Zealand’s freshwater management was typified by adversarial interest groups seeking to...
  • May 9, 2019
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Miss Montannia Chabau-gibson1 1Griffith University, City of Gold Coast , Australia   Democracy can be classified as a system of parliamentary decision-making processes that can shape a cities character. Political systems aim to minimise citizen distrust by engaging with all...
  • May 9, 2019
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A/Prof. Melissa Nursey-Bray1, Dr Robert Palmer1, Dr Thomas Wanner1, Dr  Cris Birzer1, Ms Catriona Bride Meyer-Mclean1 1University Of Adelaide, Adelaide, AU   This paper explores the rationales driving the academic community to undertake plane travel and in what ways theory...
  • May 9, 2019
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Dr Kate Gomersall1 1University Of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia   Implementation of voluntary Poverty Alleviation Resettlement (PAR) in China is a function of the democratic processes of village governance under the Organic Law of Villages Committees and Assemblies. Democratic governance infers...
  • May 9, 2019
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