Published January 31, 2005
by UNSW Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Chris Cocklin (Editor), Jacqui Dibden (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
By addressing themes such as social and economic change, government policy and gender relations, this volume tackles the thematic complexities of sustainability. At the heart of this discussion lies a desire to understand how small rural communities have survived in the past; how they are shaped by environmental, economic and social factors at present; and how these . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction / Jacqui Dibden and Chris Cocklin Rural communities and sustainability / Alan Black Rural sustainability in historical perspective / Graeme Davison The state of rural populations / Graeme Hugo The changing social . Sustainability and change in rural Australia by Chris Cocklin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The title of this book is Environment and Sustainability. Having had an interest in the sustainability of the Australian environment as well as in the Australian family farm, it did not take long to expand on some ideas that had been discussed in a journal article regarding cross boundary-farming (Muenstermann, ).Author: Ingrid Muenstermann.
Title: Sustainability and change in rural australia. pp. Author: Cocklin Subject: Sustainability and change in rural australia. pp. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: State Extension Leaders Network; Format: Book, Online; 8 p.: col. ill. ; 30 cm. Enabling change in rural and regional Australia: the role of extension in achieving sustainable and | National Library of Australia. significant participation from local communities, that rural sustainability can be achieved and contribute towards urban sustainability. 1. Introduction We argue that ultimately, urban sustainability cannot be divorced from rural sustainability. Urban and rural milieus are intimately tied together in a synergeticFile Size: KB. Yet, in its emphasis on the simultaneous specificity and cross-cultural recognisability of rural communities, this book also outlines a field of inquiry and a set of critical strategies that are more broadly applicable to thinking about the "rural" in the early twenty-first century.
KEY FINDINS III. While rural and regional communities are on the frontline of climate change impacts, tackling climate change also provides these communities with many opportunities. ›n Australia, rural areas receive I around 30 - 40% of the total investment in renewables, valued at $ billion per Size: 2MB. specific reference to rural Australia. It proposes a critical view of rural-regional sustainability, taking into account notions of bioregionality and ecosocial change. Two key points are made. One is the assertion that rural education as such is better reformulated as Cited by: 4. The purpose of this inquiry is to assess the role of tourism as an agent of sustainable change in rural Australia. In many parts of rural Australia, tourism is a relatively new economic activity. Traditionally regional economies have relied on primary industries, such as agriculture, fishing and mining to sustain their populations. The Programme entered a new phase called “HSBC Rural Sustainability” Photo story book published in English to document and review the revitalisation story of Lai Chi Wo in First project of Co-creation of the Community (3Cs) Scheme launched. Academy for Sustainable Communities Establishment cum Urban-Rural Dialogue on Community.