The following papers have been accepted for the symposium:
The sudden collapse in government support for nature conservation and natural resource management: What is it be done inside and outside of Government? Carbon tax or cap and trade: a comparative analysis of carbon reduction programmes for Ontario, Canada Potential Lessons for Public Governance of Ecological Conservation and Restoration in Fast Developing Economies: A Case Study in Ganzhou, China Environmental Governance and the Public Interest The Environmental Consequences of Shared Governance The State Managed Processes and Community-Based Environmental Management Hybrid: A New Paradigm for a Healthy Niger-Delta The importance of aesthetics in understanding corporate environmental responsibility Tackling the metagovernance gap that limits the potential reliability and value of regulatory hybrids Citizen Science and the Shared Governance of Bird Biodiversity: How non-state actors contribute to avian conservation in the Asia-Pacific Corporate Climate Governance via disclosure and duties – limits and potential All wrapped up? A critical appraisal of industry-led regulation of packaging waste in Australia Water Governance and Complexity Theory in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area Exploring the relationship between responsible investment and pension funds The Roles of Governmental and Non-Governmental Actors Involved in Conservation Agreement Governance: NSW, Scotland and Maine (the USA) New Private Law Mechanisms for Regulating Natural Resources Management in Ukraine Capturing sustainable value: the use of sustainability cues on packaging Framing Rural Development Governance as a messy and complex process of adaptation: Insights from Uganda Regional NRM systems in Australia: are they effective, efficient & enduring? Changing roles for non-government (and government) actors in biodiversity conservation governance in rural Australia.