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Título: Sociocultural and educational factors in the sustainability of coastal zones : the prestige oil spill in Galicia, ten years later
Autor: Carvalho, Sara
Alves, Fátima
Azeiteiro, Ulisses
Meira-Cartea, Pablo
Pardal, Miguel
Palavras-chave: Educação ambiental
Participação
Cidadania
Movimentos sociais
Riscos
Sustentabilidade
Coastal zones
Sustainability
Local knowledge
Environmental education
Citizenship
Participatory democracy
Coastal disasters
Data: 2012
Editora: Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal
Citação: Alves, Fátima [et al.] - Sociocultural and educational factors in the sustainability of coastal zones : the prestige oil spill in Galicia, ten years later. "Management of Environmental Quality [Em linha] : an international journal". ISSN 1477-7835. Vol. 23, nº 4 (2012), p. 362-386
Resumo: Purpose - Environmental threats of immediate risk in areas such as coastal zones (CZ) have aroused new trends of citizenship and participatory democracy. This article intends to analyse elements within those trends, such as environmental culture; socio-political context; dynamics of social associative movement and integration of local knowledge. It also aims to contribute to an overview of the opportunities and barriers found in considering sociocultural and educational challenges in CZ. Design/methodology/approach - In this analysis, case studies of integrated coastal management occurring worldwide were selected and reviewed, considering several nuances of socio-economic and political contexts of CZ. Experiences of public response to coastal catastrophes such the Prestige oil spill in Spain, are also described. Findings – Whether implementing sustainable coastal management through either balanced systems (between large and small-scale strategies) or through largely bottom-up approaches, participation is detected as one of the main factors for a successul integrated approach. Principles such as participatory governance and social justice should be adopted in initial phases of sustainable management processes and preferably involve all of the implied actors of CZ. Originality/value - The literature reviewed provides specific highlights on factors that have empirically contributed to participatory sustainability of CZ, integrating three dimensions of citizenship: education, society’s dynamics and culture.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.2/3158
ISSN: 1477-7835
Versão do Editor: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=1477-7835&volume=23&issue=4&PHPSESSID=35pt42vmmujf41r5rju73h1l47
DOI: 10.1108/14777831211232254
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