Environmental governance as inclusion and exclusion of actors and issues: The case of Denmark

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Abstrakt

The chapter analyses recent governance in Denmark of the interaction between
climate, energy and land use. Governance is seen as inclusion and
exclusion of actors and their perspectives in decisions about problems and
solutions. Inclusion and exclusion are discussed as decisions about members
and focus of public commissions. Furthermore, inclusion and exclusion
are discussed as an aspect of NGOs’ development of climate plans
and the societal role of such plans. The chapter concludes that governance
of this field is balancing the interests of established and polluting sectors
and the interest of new green business areas. The danger is that symbolic
democratization and path-dependent end-of pipe greening strategies of
polluting sectors becomes the strategy for ensuring stable business conditions
and future employment.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSocial eksklusion, læring og forandring
RedaktørerAnnette Bilfeldt, Iben Jensen, John Andersen
Antal sider21
ForlagAalborg Universitetsforlag
Publikationsdatonov. 2016
Sider81-101
Kapitel5
StatusUdgivet - nov. 2016
NavnSerie om lærings-, forandrings- og organisationsudviklingsprocesser
ISSN2245-7569

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