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Syllabus:

Collaborative Environmental Governance in the Arctic, 15 Credits

Swedish name: Samverkan inom miljö- och naturresursförvaltning i Arktis

This syllabus is valid: 2019-01-14 and until further notice

Course code: 2SV061

Credit points: 15

Education level: Second cycle

Main Field of Study and progress level: Political Science: Second cycle, has only first-cycle course/s as entry requirements

Grading scale: VG Pass with distinction, G Pass, U Fail

Responsible department: Department of Political Science

Revised by: Head of Department of Political Science, 2018-11-21

Contents

The course is designed around a combination of horizontal and vertical themes. The horizontal themes include global environmental change, international conventions and European environmental politics, multilevel governance and administration, indigenous people’s rights and urban-rural dimensions. The vertical themes comprise environmental policy design and implementation within different natural resource sectors such as forests, water, wildlife, nature protection and biodiversity as well as minerals.

Expected learning outcomes

Expected study results include to:
  • discuss relevant political science issues concerning the governance of sustainable development within environment and natural resource management in an in-depth and critical manner,
  • gain in-depth knowledge within environment and natural-resource politics with special emphasis on conditions in the Arctic region,
  • acquire the capacity to critically assess the research and practice of environment and natural-resource governance,
  • portray different interest perspectives and theoretical understandings both orally and in writing,
  • present the student’s own analysis in a relevant and persuasive way within a given time frame,
  • independently perform an opposition/discussion and situate others’ work in a wider theoretical context.

Required Knowledge

90 credits in the main area Political Science or Peace and Conflict Studies or equivalent, including a thesis, or equivalent through another education and work experience in the field. Proficiency in Swedish to the level required for basic eligibility for higher studies and English equivalent to Swedish Upper Secondary course English A. Proficiency in Swedish only required where the language of instruction is Swedish.

Form of instruction

The course consists of lectures and seminars, including guest lectures by practitioners and/or invited scholars. In addition to an introduction to overall political science theory and analytical approaches within the field of collaborative governance, the course is divided into sessions that analyse governance and administration within or across the different sectors. Each of these sessions include both a lecture and a student-led seminar in the form of an article review, a role play, a poster session, a field study or a presentation for a government agency. The last ingredient of the course is a (locally arranged) international conference. Each student chooses an advanced investigation task at the beginning of the course, which later results in an examination paper (3000-4000 words excluding references). One or two individual supervisions are offered along the way. Each examination paper is presented orally at the conference with another student as opponent/commentator.

Examination modes

  • Presence at the course seminars and training events is compulsory and active involvement throughout the course is expected. The examination includes the student paper (70 %), and the opposition at the final seminar (10 %).
  • Other written assignments comprise 20 % of the total grade (two of the following which may vary over different terms: article seminar/poster/presentation for a government agency).
  • Active participation is required for the remaining seminars and training events.
  • Fulfilment of the requirements at all obligatory events is needed in order to receive a pass for the entire course. The final grade for the course are U (Fail), G (Pass) and VG (Pass with distinction).
General rules regarding examination
A student who does not meet the requirements to pass an examination can, if decided by the course instructor, be given a complementary assignment to reach the requirements to pass the examination. The complementary assignment can be individually modified to the specific requirements that the student has failed to reach, but the assignment must be of corresponding proportion to the original examination.

Ordinarily, the complementary assignment is given at the end of the course or when the grades at the original examination is announced. When the student has been given the complementary assignment, he/she should finish the assignment within ten days (not including weekends and holidays). If the student fail to finish the assignment within the required time, a new complementary assignment can only be given the next time the course is arranged, or during the two weeks of re-take exams the Department arranges every year during week 34 and 35.
 
If it is not possible to do complementary assignments (if so, it is stated next to each individual examination above), the student is required to do a re-take exam. The first re-take exam should be given two months after the original examination, at the latest, but no sooner than ten days after the grade on the original examination has been given (not including weekends and holidays). If the examination is given during May or June, the first re-take exam should be given no later than three months after the original examination. Two weeks of re-take exams are also arranged every year, which means complementary assignments are treated during this time independently of when the course was given. These weeks are arranged during week 34 and 35.
 
Students who fail an examination may retake that examination. A student has the right to request a new examiner if he/she fails two sub-course examinations (i.e. an examination and a re-take). In such cases students should contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies (Studierektor). Examination in accordance with the same syllabus as during the original examination can be guaranteed for up to two years after the student’s first registration.

The appointed examiner may decide to use other forms of examination if required by particular circumstances.

Transfer of Credits
Students who wish to transfer credits from other Departments or universities (Swedish or foreign) should do so in accordance to the Principal's decision “Tillgodoräknandeordning vid Umeå universitet (Dnr. 545-3317-02)”.

The application must be submitted in written form. The request should specify which module or course the request applies to. An official transcript should also be submitted. The transcript must include the following information: where and when the course was given, the discipline and level of the course, total course credits and grade received. A syllabus describing the course and a list of required readings should be submitted with the request. Where applicable, written research papers should also be submitted.
 
Upon completion of this course, the credits can be transferred to a selective course. However it is always the responsible Department or program that determines the possibility for credit transfers and the extent of the credit transfer. The student should therefore always contact the responsible Department or program before submitting an application for credit transfers.

Other regulations

A written and anonymous course evaluation is given at the end of the course. During the course an oral evaluation is also arranged, and the student can also anonymously submit thoughts and opinions in digital form.

Literature

  • Valid from: 2022 week 3

    Expected readings (the student is expected to read the following titles)

    Amengual Matthew
    Buying stability : The distributive outcomes of private politics in the Bolivian mining industry
    Included in:
    World development. [Elektronisk resurs]
    Oxford : Pergamon P. : 1973- : 104 : pages 31-45 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.11.008
    Mandatory

    Competing pathways to sustainability? : Exploring conflicts over mine establishments in the Swedish mountain region
    Beland Lindahl Karin, Johansson Andreas, Zachrisson Anna, Viklund Roine
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental management [Elektronisk resurs]
    London : Academic Press : 1990- : 218 : pages 402-415 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.04.063
    Mandatory

    Bjärstig T.
    Does Collaboration Lead to Sustainability? A Study of Public-Private Partnerships in the Swedish Mountains
    Included in:
    Sustainability [Elektronisk resurs]
    2009- : 9 : pages 1685-1707 :
    Mandatory

    Butler Richard W.
    Overtourism in Rural Areas
    Palgrave Macmillan, Cham : 2020 :
    https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-42458-9_3
    Mandatory
    Reading instructions: Page 27-43

    Understanding Effectiveness in its Broader Context : Assessing Case Study Methodologies for Evaluating Collaborative Conservation Governance
    Clement Sarah, Guerrero Gonzalez Angela, Wyborn Carina
    Included in:
    Society & natural resources [Elektronisk resurs].
    New York : Taylor & Francis : 1988- : 33 : pages 462-483 :
    https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2018.1556761
    Mandatory

    Governing dual objectives within single policy mixes : an empirical analysis of large carnivore policies in six European countries
    de Boon A., Sandström C., Arbieu U., Hansen I., Lehnen L., Marino A., Pohja-Mykrä M., Risvoll C., Strand G-H., Rønningen K.
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental policy and planning [Elektronisk resurs]
    New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons : c1999- : 23 : pages 399-413 :
    https://doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2020.1841614
    Mandatory

    Evaluating the outcomes of collaborative wildlife governance : The role of social-ecological system context and collaboration dynamics
    Dressel S., Ericsson G., Johansson M., Kalén C., Pfeffer S.E., Sandström C.
    Included in:
    Land use policy
    Guildford : Butterworth Scientific : 1984- : 99 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.105028
    Mandatory

    Achieving Social and Ecological Outcomes in Collaborative Environmental Governance : Good Examples from Swedish Moose Management
    Dressel Sabrina, Sjölander-Lindqvist Annelie, Johansson Maria, Ericsson Göran, Sandström Camilla
    Included in:
    Sustainability [Elektronisk resurs]
    2009- : 13 :
    https://doi.org/10.3390/su13042329
    Mandatory

    Collaborative governance regimes
    Emerson Kirk, Nabatchi Tina
    Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press : 2015 : viii, 264 pages :
    ISBN: 9781626162525
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    A spatial overview of the global importance of Indigenous lands for conservation
    Garnett S. T., et al.
    Included in:
    Nature sustainability [Elektronisk resurs]
    2018- : 1 : pages 369-374 :
    https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-018-0100-6
    Mandatory

    Strengthening subnational institutions for sustainable development in resource-rich states : Decentralized land-use planning in Peru
    Gustafsson Maria-Therese, Scurrah Martin
    Included in:
    World development
    Oxford : Pergamon P. : 1973- : 119 : pages 133-144 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2019.03.002
    Mandatory

    Hall Colin Michael
    A typology of governance and its implications for tourism policy analysis
    Included in:
    Journal of sustainable tourism
    Clevedon : Channel View Books : 1993- : 19 : pages 437-457 :
    https://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2011.570346
    Mandatory

    Governing Large Carnivores : Comparative Insights from Three Different Countries
    Hansson-Forman K., Reimerson E., Sjölander-Lindqvist A., Sandström C.
    Included in:
    Society and natural resources [Elektronisk resurs]
    1988- : 31 : pages 837-852 :
    Mandatory

    Policy change implications for forest water protection in Sweden over the last 50 years
    Hasselquist Eliza Maher, Mancheva Irina, Eckerberg Katarina, Laudon Hjalmar
    Included in:
    Ambio [Elektronisk resurs]
    Stockholm : Kungl. Vetenskapsakademien : 2000- : 49 : pages 1341-1351 :
    https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-019-01274-y
    Mandatory

    The Impact of Local Participation on Community Support for Natural Resource Management : The Case of Mining in Northern Canada and Northern Sweden
    Jagers Sverker C., Matti Simon, Poelzer Greg, Yu Stan
    Included in:
    Arctic review on law and politics (Online) [Elektronisk resurs]
    2010- : 9 : pages 124-147 :
    https://doi.org/10.23865/arctic.v9.730
    Mandatory

    Participation for effective environmental governance? : Evidence from Water Framework Directive implementation in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom
    Kochskämper Elisa, Challies Edward, Newig Jens, Jager Nicolas W.
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental management.
    London : Academic Press : 1973- : 181 : pages 737-748 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.08.007
    Mandatory

    Governing Towards Sustainability: Conceptualizing Modes of Governance
    Lange P., et al
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental policy & planning [Elektronisk resurs]
    1999- : 15 : pages 403-425 :
    Mandatory

    The Swedish forestry model : More of everything?
    Lindahl Karin B., Sténs Anna, Sandström Camilla, Johansson Johanna, Lidskog Rolf, Ranius Thomas, Roberge Jean-Michel
    Included in:
    Forest policy and economics
    Amsterdam : Elsevier : 2000- : 77 : pages 44-55 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2015.10.012
    Mandatory

    Collaborative Institutions in an Ecology of Games
    Lubell Mark, Henry Adam Douglas, McCoy Mike
    Included in:
    American journal of political science [Elektronisk resurs]
    Oxford : Blackwell : 1973- : 54 : pages 287-300 :
    https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-5907.2010.00431.x
    Mandatory

    Arctification and the Paradox of Overtourism in Sparsely Populated Areas
    Lundmark Linda, Müller Dieter K., Bohn Dorothee
    Included in:
    Dipping in to the north
    Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan : [2020] : 411 pages :
    https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-6623-3_18 
    Mandatory

    Forest governance and management across time : developing a new forest social contract
    Mårald Erland, Sandström Camilla, Nordin Annika, Rist Lucy, Sténs Anna, Beland Lindahl Karin, Carlsson-Kanyama Annika, Johansson Johanna, Keskitalo Carina, Laudon Hjalmar, Lidskog Rolf, Lämås Tomas, Lundmark Tomas, Nilsson Urban, Nordström Eva-Maria, Roberge Jean-Michel, Sonesson Johan
    London : Routledge : 2017 : xvi, 174 pages :
    ISBN: 978-1-317-44591-3
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue
    Reading instructions: Assigned parts.

    The Environmental Performance of Participatory and Collaborative Governance : A Framework of Causal Mechanisms
    Newig Jens, Challies Edward, Jager Nicolas W., Kochskaemper Elisa, Adzersen Ana
    Included in:
    Policy studies journal[Elektronisk resurs]
    Oxford : Blackwell : 2003- : 46 : pages 269-297 :
    https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12209
    Mandatory

    Nuttall Mark
    Arctic Environments and Peoples
    Included in:
    The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology [Elektronisk resurs]
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc. :
    https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118924396.wbiea1480
    Mandatory

    Enhancing the capacity of water governance to deal with complex management challenges : A framework of analysis
    Pahl-Wostl Claduia, et al.
    Included in:
    Environmental science & policy
    Exeter : Elsevier Science : 1998-9999 : v. : 107 : pages 23-35 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.02.011
    Mandatory

    Mineral extraction in Swedish Sápmi : The regulatory gap between Sami rights and Sweden’s mining permitting practices
    Raitio Kaisa, Allard Christina, Lawrence Rebecca
    Included in:
    Land use policy
    Guildford : Butterworth Scientific : 1984- : 99 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.105001
    Mandatory

    Reimerson Elsa
    International arenas, local space for agency and national discourse as mediator [Elektronisk resurs] : protected areas in Swedish and Norwegian Sápmi
    London : Routledge : 2017 :
    http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-110736
    Mandatory

    Policy goals and instruments for achieving a desirable future forest : Experiences from backcasting with stakeholders in Sweden
    Sandström C., Kanyama A. C., Räty R., Sonnek K. M., Nordström E. M., Mossing A., Nordin A.
    Included in:
    Forest policy and economics
    Amsterdam : Elsevier : 2000- : 111 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2019.102051
    Mandatory

    The European Union’s Arctic policy discourse : green by omission
    Schunz Simon, De Botselier Bram, Piqueres Sofía López
    Included in:
    Environmental politics [Elektronisk resurs].
    London : Taylor & Francis : 2001- : 30 : pages 579-599 :
    https://doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2020.1787041
    Mandatory

    Knowledge Claims and Struggles in Decentralized Large Carnivore Governance [Elektronisk resurs] : Insights From Norway and Sweden
    Sjölander-Lindqvist Annelie, Risvoll Camilla, Kaarhus Randi, Lundberg Aase Kristine, Sandström Camilla
    Frontiers Media S.A. : 2020 :
    http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-173493
    Mandatory

    Cornered by PAs : Adopting rights-based approaches to enable cost-effective conservation and climate action
    Tauli-Corpuz Vicky, Alcorn Janis, Molnar Augusta, Healy Christina, Barrow Edmund
    Included in:
    World development
    Oxford : Pergamon P. : 1973- : 130 :
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.104923
    Mandatory

    The need for transformative changes in the use of Indigenous knowledge along with science for environmental decision-making in the Arctic
    Wheeler Helen C., et al.
    Included in:
    People and nature [Elektronisk resurs]
    2019- : 2 : pages 544-556 :
    https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10131
    Mandatory

    Political opportunity and mobilization [Elektronisk resurs] : The evolution of a Swedish miningsceptical movement
    Zachrisson Anna, Beland Lindahl Karin
    2019 :
    http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-163591
    Mandatory

    Perception of Bottlenecks in the Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive
    Zingraff-Hamed A., Schröter B., Schaub S., Lepenies R., Stein U., Hüesker F., Meyer C., Schleyer C., Pusch M.T.
    Included in:
    Water Alternatives [Elektronisk resurs]
    2008- : 13 : pages 458-483 :
    https://www.water-alternatives.org/index.php/alldoc/articles/vol13/v13issue3/590-a13-3-8/file
    Mandatory

    Further readings (specialization if the student wishes to read further about a specific topic)

    Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Peoples in the Arctic
    Koivurova Timo, Broderstad Else Grete, Cambou Dorothée, Dorough Dalee, Stammler Florian
    Routledge : 2020 :
    https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429270451

  • Valid from: 2020 week 40

    Expected readings (the student is expected to read the following titles)

    Accountability in Decentralization: A Framework with South Asian and West African Cases
    Agrawal A., Ribot J.
    Included in:
    The journal of developing areas [Elektronisk resurs]
    2003- : 33 : pages 473-502 :
    Mandatory

    Contrasting nature, contrasting rights – Concluding remarks
    Allard C., Reimerson E., Sandström C.
    Included in:
    Indigenous rights in modern landscapes [Elektronisk resurs]
    New York, NY : Routledge : cop. 2017 : 1 online resource (236 pages) : pages 216-231 :
    Mandatory

    Collaborative Governance in Theory and Practice
    Ansell C., Gash A.
    Included in:
    Journal of public administration research and theory [Elektronisk resurs]
    2003- : 18 : pages 543-571 :
    Mandatory

    Political Science and Ecological Restoration
    Baker S., Eckerberg K., Zachrisson A.
    Included in:
    Environmental politics [Elektronisk resurs].
    London : Taylor & Francis : 2001- : 23 : pages 509-524 :
    Mandatory

    Bjärstig T.
    Does Collaboration Lead to Sustainability? A Study of Public-Private Partnerships in the Swedish Mountains
    Included in:
    Sustainability [Elektronisk resurs]
    2009- : 9 : pages 1685-1707 :
    Mandatory

    Colchester M.
    Conservation policy and indigenous peoples
    Included in:
    Environmental science & policy [Elektronisk resurs]
    Exeter : Elsevier Science : 1998-9999 : v. : 7 : pages 145-153 :
    Mandatory

    Collaborative environmental governance: Are watershed partnerships swimming or are they sinking?
    Benson D., Jordan A., Cook H., Smith L.
    Included in:
    Land use policy
    Guildford : Butterworth Scientific : 1984- : 30 : pages 748-757 :
    Mandatory

    Competing pathways to sustainability? Exploring conflicts over mine establishments in the Swedish mountain region
    Lindahl K. B., Johansson A., Zachrisson A., Viklund R.
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental management [Elektronisk resurs]
    London : Academic Press : 1990- : 218 : pages 402-415 :
    Mandatory

    Dove M. R.
    Indigenous People and Environmental Politics
    Included in:
    Annual review of anthropology..
    Palo Alto, Calif. : Annual Reviews Inc : 1972- : Vol. 1- : 35 : pages 191-208 :
    Mandatory

    Incentives for collaborative governance: Top-down and bottom-up initiatives in the Swedish mountain region
    Eckerberg K., Bjärstig T., Zachrisson A.
    Included in:
    Mountain research and development [Elektronisk resurs]
    Boulder, Colo. : International Mountain Society and United Nations University : 1981- : 35 :
    Mandatory

    Refracting (geo)political choices in the Arctic
    Eklund N., van der Watt L-M.
    Included in:
    The polar journal [Elektronisk resurs]
    2011- : 7 : pages 86-103 :
    Mandatory

    Bäckstrand Karin
    Environmental politics and deliberative democracy [Elektronisk resurs] : examining the promise of new modes of governance
    Cheltenham : Elgar : c2010 : 1 online resource (xviii, 240 p.) :
    ISBN: 1849806411 (electronic bk.)
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    Forest governance and management across time : developing a new forest social contract
    Mårald Erland, Sandström Camilla, Nordin Annika, Rist Lucy, Sténs Anna, Beland Lindahl Karin, Carlsson-Kanyama Annika, Johansson Johanna, Keskitalo Carina, Laudon Hjalmar, Lidskog Rolf, Lämås Tomas, Lundmark Tomas, Nilsson Urban, Nordström Eva-Maria, Roberge Jean-Michel, Sonesson Johan
    London : Routledge : 2017 : xvi, 174 pages :
    ISBN: 978-1-317-44591-3
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    Glasbergen Peter
    Understanding Partnerships for Sustainable Development Analytically: the Ladder of Partnership Activity as a Methodological Tool
    Included in:
    Environmental policy and governance [electronic resource]. [Elektronisk resurs]
    21 : pages 1-13 :
    Mandatory

    Governing Large Carnivores : Comparative Insights from Three Different Countries
    Hansson-Forman K., Reimerson E., Sjölander-Lindqvist A., Sandström C.
    Included in:
    Society and natural resources [Elektronisk resurs]
    1988- : 31 : pages 837-852 :
    Mandatory

    Hering et al.
    The European Water Framework Directive at the Age of 10: A Critical Review of the Achievements with Recommendations for the Future
    Included in:
    The science of the total environment. [Elektronisk resurs]
    Amsterdam : Elsevier : 1972- : 408 : pages 4007-4019 :
    Mandatory
    Reading instructions: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00489697 page 4007-4019

    In pursuit of sustainable development [Electronisk resurs] : new governance practices at the sub-national level in Europe
    Baker Susan, Eckerberg Katarina
    London : Routledge : 2008 : xxii, 234 p. :
    ISBN: 978-0-203-92816-5
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    Introduction: Governance, Complexity, and Resilience
    Duit Andreas, Galaz Victor, Eckerberg Katarina, Ebbesson Jonas
    Included in:
    Global environmental change
    Guildford, Surrey : Butterworth-Heinemann, publ. in cooperation with the United Nations University : 1990- : 20 : pages 363-368 :
    Mandatory

    From planning to implementation: Top-down and bottom-up approaches for collaborative watershed management
    Koontz Tomas M., Newig Jens
    Included in:
    Policy studies journal[Elektronisk resurs]
    Oxford : Blackwell : 2003- : 42 : pages 416-442 :
    Mandatory

    Governing Towards Sustainability: Conceptualizing Modes of Governance
    Lange P., et al
    Included in:
    Journal of environmental policy & planning [Elektronisk resurs]
    1999- : 15 : pages 403-425 :
    Mandatory

    Collaborative Institutions in and Ecology of Games
    Lubell Mark, Henry Adam Douglas, McCoy Mike
    Included in:
    American journal of political science
    Detroit : Wayne State U.P. : 1973- : Vol. 17- : 54 : pages 287-300 :

    Conceptualizing political opportunity
    Meyer D. S., Minkoff D. C.
    Included in:
    Social forces[Elektronisk resurs]
    Chapel Hill, NC : University of North Carolina Press : 2001- : 82 : pages 1457-1492 :
    Mandatory
    Reading instructions: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/social_forces

    Meyer D. S.
    Protest and political opportunities
    Included in:
    Annual review of sociology.
    Palo Alto, Calif. : Annual Reviews Inc. : 1975- : 30 : pages 125-145 :
    Mandatory

    Individual and collective responses to large carnivore management: the roles of trust, representation, knowledge spheres, communication and leadership
    Sjölander-Lindqvist A., Johansson M., Sandström C.
    Included in:
    Wildlife biology [Elektronisk resurs]
    [Rønde] : Nordic Council of Wildlife Research : c1995- : 21 : pages 175-185 :
    Mandatory

    The Governance of the Wolf-Human Relationship in Europe
    Stohr C., Coimbra E.
    Included in:
    Review of European Studies [Elektronisk resurs]
    2009- : 5 :
    Mandatory

    The Impact of Local Participation on Community Support for Natural Resource Management: The Case of Mining in Northern Canada and Northern Sweden
    Jagers S. C., Matti S., Poelzer G., Yu S.
    Included in:
    Arctic Review on Law and Politics [Elektronisk resurs]
    2010- : 9 : pages 124-147 :
    Mandatory

    Dressel Sabrina
    Social-ecological performance of collaborative wildlife governance : the case of Swedish moose management
    Uppsala : Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences : 2020 : 157 sidor :
    Fulltext
    ISBN: 9789177605782
    Mandatory
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    Collaborative Governance Regimes [Elektronisk resurs]
    Nabatchi Tina, Emerson Kirk
    Georgetown University : 2015 :
    Mandatory

    Further readings (specialization if the student wishes to read further about a specific topic)

    Arctic Governance Project Report
    Arctic Governance in an Era of Transformative Change: Critical Questions, Governance Principles, Ways Forward
    Arctic Governance Project : 2010 :
    http://www.arcticgovernance.org/

    Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in Peru
    Bebbington A. J., Bury J. T.
    Included in:
    Genetics and the origin of species [Elektronisk resurs]
    National Academies Press : 106 : pages 17296-17301 :

    Rediscovery of traditional ecological knowledge as adaptive management
    Berkes Fikret, Colding Johan, Folke Carl
    Stockholm : Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics : 1997 : 25 s. :

    Gibson R. B.
    stainability assessment and conflict resolution: Reaching agreement to proceed with the Voisey's Bay nickel mine
    Included in:
    Journal of cleaner production [Elektronisk resurs]
    1995- : 14 : pages 334-348 :

    Handbook of the politics of the Arctic
    Jensen Leif Christian, Hønneland Geir
    Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing : [2015] : xiii, 617 pages :
    ISBN: 978-0-85793-473-4
    Search Album, the University Library catalogue

    Stakeholders’ perspectives about proper participation for Regional Forest Programmes in Finland
    Leskinen L. A., Hujala T., Tikkanen J., Saarikoski H., Kangas A., Saarinen N.
    Included in:
    Forest policy and economics
    Amsterdam : Elsevier : 2000- : pages 161-180 :

    At the Crossroads of Autonomy and Essentialism: Indigenous Peoples in International Environmental Politics
    Lindroth M., Sinevaara-Niskanen H.
    Included in:
    International political sociology
    2007- : 7 : pages 275-293 :
    Reading instructions: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/IPS

    Nadasdy P.
    Transcending the Debate over the Ecologically Noble Indian: Indigenous Peoples and Environmentalism.
    Included in:
    Ethnohistory
    Lubbock, Tex. : American Society for Ethnohistory : 1954- : 52 : pages 291-331 :

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    The Arctic Governance Compendium
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