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Public values, opinions, and emotions in restoration controversiesAuthor(s): Joanne Vining; Elizabeth Tyler; Byoung-Suk Kweon
Source: In: Gobster, Paul H.; Hull, R. Bruce, eds. Restoring nature: perspectives from the social sciences and humanities. Washington, DC: Island Press: 143-161.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionEcosystem restoration efforts are increasing throughout the United States and in many places around the world. Many of these efforts are undertaken with the support and cooperation of local residents, interest groups, and government agencies. However, some restoration efforts are meeting with public resistance, and conflicts between various individuals and groups are resulting in controversies about whether and how ecological restoration should be carried out on public lands.
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CitationVining, Joanne; Tyler, Elizabeth; Kweon, Byoung-Suk. 2000. Public values, opinions, and emotions in restoration controversies. In: Gobster, Paul H.; Hull, R. Bruce, eds. Restoring nature: perspectives from the social sciences and humanities. Washington, DC: Island Press: 143-161.
Keywordspublic values, opinion, emotions, restoration, controversies, Chicago, urban
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