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  • Forest certification with Chinese characteristics : state engagement with non-state market-driven governance
  • China ; Forest ; Forest policy ; Governance ; Non-governmental organization ; Political geography ; Resource management ; Role of the State
  • Certification ; Chine ; Forêt ; Gestion des ressources ; Gouvernance ; Géographie politique ; Légitimité ; Norme ; Organisation non gouvernementale ; Politique forestière ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • . It also on focuses on the principles of non-state market-driven overnance through an analysis of the legitimate authority afforded to the state, third-parties and NGOs within China.
  • 2013
  • Powered by the state or finance? The organization of China’s carbon markets
  • Carbon ; Carbon market ; China ; Energy ; Financing ; Greenhouse effect ; Legislation ; Market ; Non-governmental organization ; Role of the State
  • Carbone ; Chine ; Echange de carbone ; Effet de serre ; Energie ; Financement ; Législation ; Marché ; Marché du carbone ; Organisation non gouvernementale ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Secteur financier
  • This paper reviews the progress of carbon trading in China and examines the involvement of the state and financial sectors. The results show a hierarchical relationship between the state and finance and a clear asymmetry of power in the organization
  • of China’s carbon markets. It concludes that China has put the market-based policy instrument of carbon trading under a substantial concentration of state power. Also, the findings have important implications for understanding the rise of carbon markets
  • 2013
  • Human trafficking in Thailand. Current issues, trends, and the role of the Thai government
  • Non-governmental organization ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Thailand
  • Géographie politique ; Organisation non gouvernementale ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Thaïlande ; Traite des enfants
  • 2013
  • Cultural heritage ; Cultural studies ; Development ; Economic development ; Nation ; Nineteenth Century ; Role of the State ; Site preservation ; Thailand ; Tourism ; Twentieth Century
  • Culturel ; Développement ; Développement économique ; Héritage culturel ; Nation ; Protection des sites ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20 ; Thaïlande ; Tourisme
  • For over a millennium personal piety was, in Thailand, the rationale behind conservation. From mid-19th century onwards the state took over the responsibility for protecting cultural heritage, so did the aim of conservation change from religious
  • piety to national pride. From the eighties, the state used conservation as a mean to further economic development through tourism. Thus, the change in the history of heritage protection parallels those of the Thai nation as it advanced from a traditional
  • Buddhist kingdom to a modern materialist state. - (GL)
  • 2013
  • Interrogating the role of the state and nonstate actors in community-based tourism ventures : toward a model for spreading the benefits to the wider community
  • 2013
  • Boston ; Governance ; Land ; Land policy ; Land reform ; Massachusetts ; Real estate development ; Role of the State ; United States of America ; Urban density ; Urban policy
  • Boston ; Croissance intelligente ; Densité urbaine ; Etats-Unis ; Foncier ; Gouvernance ; Massachusetts ; Politique foncière ; Politique urbaine ; Promotion immobilière ; Réforme foncière ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • associated with the smart-growth agenda, and the role of crises (in housing, congestion) in making increased state control more palatable.
  • This paper explores the scalar politics through which smart-growth policies in the Greater Boston region of Massachusetts are being constructed and contested. In this region the state of Massachusetts has used incentive programs, new forms
  • communities in governing land-use decisions. Crucial to this assertion of land-management authority at the state scale has been the legacies of past forms of authority and land management, the ability of the state to exploit the positionalities of key actors
  • 2013
  • Education ; Kenya ; Primary education ; Public expenditure ; Quality of education ; Role of the State
  • Dépenses publiques ; Education ; Enseignement primaire ; Kenya ; Qualité de l'enseignement ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • 2013
  • Alterite ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Legislation ; New town ; Role of the State ; Rural landscape ; Seine-et-Marne ; Territorial planning ; Urbanization
  • Altérite ; Aménagement du territoire ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Législation ; Paysage rural ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Seine-et-Marne ; Urbanisation ; Val d'Europe ; Ville nouvelle ; Walt Disney
  • This article analyses alterity construction in Ile De France through the example of Val d’Europe. It explains that it implied the French state, the Walt Disney Company and local and regional governments, as well as by present and future residents
  • that the French state did not abdicate its authority in favor of commoditization of Paris as a global metropolis.
  • 2013
  • The entrepreneurial turn in the context of a central state : evasive planning regulation for IKEA in Israel
  • Entrepreneurship ; Institution ; Israel ; Land use ; Planning ; Regulation ; Role of the State ; Town
  • Esprit d'entreprise ; Institution ; Israël ; Planification ; Réglementation ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Utilisation du sol ; Ville
  • 2013
  • Citizenship ; Colombia ; Consumption ; Energy consumption ; Equity ; Household consumption ; Neo liberalism ; Public service ; Role of the State ; Water ; Water supply
  • Approvisionnement en eau ; Citoyenneté ; Colombie ; Consommation ; Consommation d'énergie ; Consommation des ménages ; Eau ; Equité ; Medellín ; Néolibéralisme ; Politique tarifaire ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Service public
  • supply, such an approach—rather than one that prioritizes either end of an often unhelpful binary—offers opportunities for regulated solidarity and differential responsibility in the achievement of collective goals. This means recognizing the role
  • of the state in consumption, the unevenness of citizenship, and the limits of “choice.
  • 2013
  • The role of fire on soil mounds and surface roughness in the Mojave Desert
  • Arid area ; Arizona ; Biogeomorphology ; Desert ; Ecosystem ; Fire ; LiDAR ; Plant cover ; Remote sensing ; Roughness ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Topography ; United States of America ; Water erosion
  • 2013
  • [b1] Western Geographic Science Center, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA, Etats-Unis
  • [b2] Western Ecological Research Center, Las vegas Field Station, United States Dept. of the Interior,United States Geological Survey, NV, Henderson, Etats-Unis
  • [b3] Geology, Energy, Minerals, and Geophysics Science Center, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA, Etats-Unis
  • [b4] Western Remote Sensing and Visualization Center, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, CA, Sacramento, Etats-Unis
  • The competition state, city-regions, and the territorial politics of growth facilitation
  • Bavaria ; Cluster ; Competitiveness ; Economic growth ; England ; Germany ; Munich ; Public policy ; Regional city ; Regional economy ; Regional policy ; Role of the State ; Stockholm ; Sweden ; Territorial development ; Territory ; United Kingdom
  • Allemagne ; Bayern ; Cambridge ; Cluster ; Compétitivité ; Croissance économique ; Développement territorial ; Economie régionale ; England ; München ; Politique publique ; Politique régionale ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Stockholm ; Suède
  • . It analyses the tensions arising from changes in the form and function of European state social regulation. It demonstrates that they reflect broader societal cleavages in relation to the uneven spatial impact of local economic growth. Deploying the concept
  • of territorial structures of growth facilitation provides a conceptual framework for taking forward research on the relationship between state spatial regulation, state restructuring, and the competitiveness of city-regions.
  • 2013
  • A climatology of the structure, evolution, and propagation of midlatitude cyclones in the Southeast United States
  • Atmospheric disturbance ; Atmospheric dynamics ; Cyclogenesis ; Precipitation ; Southeastern United States ; Space time ; United States of America ; Weather type
  • précipitations estivales. Le rôle du relief est souligné, avec un fort contraste entre l'Ouest des Appalaches et les Carolines, ainsi que le lien avec l'ENSO. - (JPB)
  • 2013
  • Reconceptualizing resistance : residuals of the state and Democratic radical pluralism
  • Contestation ; Land use ; Legislation ; Massachusetts ; Neo liberalism ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Social service ; United States of America ; Urban policy ; Zoning
  • Contestation ; Dover ; Etats-Unis ; Framingham ; Géographie politique ; Législation ; Massachusetts ; Néolibéralisme ; Politique urbaine ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Service social ; Utilisation du sol ; Zonage
  • 2013
  • [b2] Dept. of Geography, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Etats-Unis
  • Placing the transformation of state-owned enterprises in North-east China : the state, region and firm in a transitional economy
  • China ; Economic policy ; Economic transition ; Firm ; Heavy industry ; Production system ; Regional analysis ; Regional economy ; Role of the State ; Shenyang ; Vertical integration
  • Analyse régionale ; Chine ; Economie régionale ; Entreprise ; Industrie lourde ; Intégration verticale ; Politique économique ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Shenyang ; Système de production ; Transition économique
  • 2013
  • from science journalists to public relations (PR) professionals, and to reduce the essential democratic role of the journalist holding the spenders of public money to account. Evidence for this is offered from recent research into the state of science
  • The world of journalism is changing rapidly as online media grow, squeezing resources and putting pressure on journalists to produce maximum output on minimum resources. The effect is to threaten to shift the role of science news production away
  • journalism in the UK, and from a BBC-commissioned report into the impartiality of new science coverage in the UK by the state broadcaster.
  • 2013
  • California ; Community ; Decision ; Financing ; Infrastructure ; Neighbourhood ; Public service ; Role of the State ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Urban policy
  • Annexion urbaine ; California ; Communauté ; Décision ; Enclave urbaine ; Etats-Unis ; Financement ; Géographie sociale ; Infrastructure ; Politique urbaine ; Quartier ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Service public
  • 2013
  • Concept ; Critical geography ; Epistemology ; Governance ; Neo liberalism ; Portugal ; Role of the State ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal ; Urban theory ; Urbanization
  • Concept ; Epistémologie ; Gouvernance ; Géographie critique ; Néolibéralisme ; Politique urbaine ; Portugal ; Rénovation urbaine ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Théorie urbaine ; Urbanisation
  • Using the case of a state-led urban regeneration program implemented in Portugal since 2000, the Polis Program, this article discusses the hegemonic status of neoliberalism as a theoretical concept and as an analytical framework and on discussions
  • 2013
  • On moral substance and visual obscurity in policies and practice of state expansion
  • Ethnic minority ; Former USSR ; Geopolitics ; Germans ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Russians ; Settlement ; Territoriality ; Transfer of population
  • Allemands ; Distinction sociale ; Ex-URSS ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Minorité ethnique ; Peuplement ; Prusse Orientale ; Repeuplement ; Russes ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Territorialité ; Transfert de population ; Zone d'exception
  • that unintelligibility and ambiguity play a more complex role in statecraft than is often recognized.
  • 2013
  • ‘Faith in the system?’ State-funded faith schools in England and the contested parameters of community cohesion
  • Community ; Education ; England ; Ethnic minority ; Governance ; London ; Religion ; Role of the State ; Social geography ; United Kingdom
  • Communauté ; Ecole confessionnelle ; Education ; England ; Gouvernance ; Géographie sociale ; London ; Minorité ethnique ; Religion ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Vie religieuse
  • autour de la cohésion communautaire et du rôle de la religion dans la sphère publique.
  • 2013