Translation of national environmental management programs by the State of Western Australia, the Commonwealth government, and Perth Region NRM, a citizen group
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Exploratory research examined how two governments and a citizen regional water catchment group implemented adaptive management in two Australian environmental management policies. The research question asked how theories of action between government and regional bodies influenced their relationships.The research question was first conceived as solely human, but another metaphysics (actor-network theory), enabled following the intertwining of study objects such as adaptive management, natural resource management, and policy, and a potential rethink of environmental reality.
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