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Justice-relevant conditions to 
participation in biodiversity governance 
An ex-ante approach to environmental justice 
Ro...
Participation as a pathway to effectiveness? 
Effective 
pathway 
Participation outcome 
• greater compliance 
• adherence...
Under which conditions can participation lead to 
3 
effectiveness? 
pathway 
Effective 
outcome Participation 
Conditions...
Evolution of participation in biodiversity governance 
Images: Jan Sasse (TEEB) 
4 
Bottom-up 
governance 
Post-normal 
sc...
Environmental justice as parity of participation 
(economic) 
distribution 
(socio-cultural) 
recognition 
(political) 
re...
Justice-relevant conditions for participation 
pathway 
Effective 
allocation Participation 
Conditions 
• (economic) 
dis...
A real-life example: participatory pig-breeding in 
Schwäbisch Hall (Germany) 
Structural support for 
farmers' participat...
Thank you. 
brendan.coolsaet@uclouvain.be 
http://twitter.com/bcoolsaet 
http://uclouvain.academia.edu/BrendanCoolsaet
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Justice-relevant conditions to participation in biodiversity governance: An ex-ante approach to environmental justice

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Presentation for Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference 2014 - London, August 2014.

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Justice-relevant conditions to participation in biodiversity governance: An ex-ante approach to environmental justice

  1. 1. Justice-relevant conditions to participation in biodiversity governance An ex-ante approach to environmental justice Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference 2014 London, UK – 27 August 2014 Brendan Coolsaet Biodiversity Governance Unit Centre for Philosophy of Law
  2. 2. Participation as a pathway to effectiveness? Effective pathway Participation outcome • greater compliance • adherence to the norm • legitimacy • institutional fit • bottom-up action • …
  3. 3. Under which conditions can participation lead to 3 effectiveness? pathway Effective outcome Participation Conditions ?
  4. 4. Evolution of participation in biodiversity governance Images: Jan Sasse (TEEB) 4 Bottom-up governance Post-normal science Utilitarian narratives environmental governance increasingly concerned with ‘people'
  5. 5. Environmental justice as parity of participation (economic) distribution (socio-cultural) recognition (political) representation Source: Nancy Fraser (applied to environmental governance by David Schlosberg)
  6. 6. Justice-relevant conditions for participation pathway Effective allocation Participation Conditions • (economic) distribution • (socio-cultural) recognition • (political) representation
  7. 7. A real-life example: participatory pig-breeding in Schwäbisch Hall (Germany) Structural support for farmers' participation Fixed market price + 'adaptation premium' Guaranteed buying of the wole production of meat No imposed production amount Explicit learning from the South 13 years to get legal recognition Collaborative training center community-based quality-control through local NGO elected chairmen for day-to-day management clear 'boundaries of participation' fully bottom-up/ community based community-owned butcher shops & slaughterhouse
  8. 8. Thank you. brendan.coolsaet@uclouvain.be http://twitter.com/bcoolsaet http://uclouvain.academia.edu/BrendanCoolsaet

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