Good environmental; governance ------How important it is? Why?
Asked by Good Citizen, 23 Nov '09 01:25 pm
Earn 10 points for answering
We now possess the knowledge that our actions do have a real impact on the environment. Ignorance is no excuse for inaction. With knowledge comes the moral responsibility to act carefully in regards to the environment, on a global, domestic, and local scale. The concept of environmental governance incorporates this ethic. The Earth Charter Initiative expresses this sense of environmental responsibility by stating that the improvement of democratic practices, transparency and accountability of government institutions, along with civil participation in decision making, are strongly related factors to the objectives of the protection of the environment and social and economic justice. This paper will deal with the broad concept and practice of environmental governance, with a focus on the controversial but prudent issue of intervenor funding; and the growing awareness and recognition of the special contribution to be made by indigenous communities in maintaining ecosystems and teaching us ...moreAnswered by dharamender nebhnani, 23 Nov '09 09:25 pm
Your vote on this answer has already been received