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Participation and Consensus

One of the reasons why environmental issues are so challenging is that the values attached to natural resources vary tremendously between stakeholders. In some cases values may have evolved over thousands of years of interaction with the environment and be embedded in the spiritual life or culture of a community. In other cases they may have been acquired recently in response to new economic pressures or opportunities.

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