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Subject:

International Sustainability Symposium: Call for papers

From:

Lez Rayman-Bacchus <[log in to unmask]>

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Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 19 Nov 2018 16:52:15 +0000

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The symposium organisers invite research submissions (theoretical, empirical, practice based) related to governance and sustainable development. This is an important forum, seeking to share insights on prevailing and emerging attitudes to governance and the consequences for sustainable development, and in particular for environmental stewardship, social justice, economic development, and cultural context. Details below.

Call for papers
The coming paradigm: natural resource governance without government?
Symposium Location: University of New England, New South Wales, Australia
Date: April 15th - 17th, 2019
Further information and Registration: www.cr-sd.org/symposium

Around the world, governments are trying to reduce the economic costs of environmental governance, attempting to meet their environment and social justice political commitments by harnessing industry and citizen organisations. Witness the emphasis on ‘small government’ as an indicator of efficiency, increasing demands on limited public funds, the increased willingness of the private sector to increase its governance role, and beliefs about the relative effectiveness of private instruments compared to government regulation. This shift in emphasis from public governance to private governance is visible in at least four major ways: the increasing use of market instruments; the pursuit of private funds to achieve public good environmental goals, through private conservation reserves and environmental philanthropy; the increased presence (and reliance on) private codes and standards; and the abandonment of traditional government roles. These shifts invite important questions about the effectiveness, efficiency and fairness of a move to governance without government, including questions about the proper role of government in ensuring integrity, protecting the natural environment, and defending the interests of the less privileged.

More broadly, debate over the direction of travel of models of governance of social-environmental systems tend to ignore or understate their underlying rationality (hierarchical, market, network, collaborative, adaptive, democratic, …), and their promotion of particular forms of discourse, practices, power relations and institutions. These carry implications for how sustainable development unfolds.
Proposals (abstracts or full papers) should be sent to [log in to unmask] and if accepted participants will be invited to register as a presenter in the symposium. Proposals will be reviewed for acceptance as they come, and early submissions will receive priority. All presentations and papers will be published as symposium proceedings.  Selected papers will be blind reviewed, for a special issue of the International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development. 

Deadlines
	For early bird submissions: Dec 31st 2018
	For all other submission: January 31st 201
	Late submissions (restricted): March 14th, 2019
	Conference dates: April 15th to 17th 2019

Please send your proposal to: [log in to unmask] 
Thank you!

Dr Lez Rayman-Bacchus [[log in to unmask]]
Prof Paul Martin [[log in to unmask]]

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