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Public perceptions of planning objectives for regional level management of wild reindeer in Norway

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We examined community perceptions of preferred objectives for wild reindeer management in Southern Norway as the former population-based model is being replaced with an area-based, multi-level regional management model spanning large mountain regions. Communally oriented objectives are favoured over economic benefits to landowners. Environmental attitudes discriminate on many of the issues and can be useful factors in sorting out levels of support for proposed management actions and compromises in land use decisions. The regional reindeer plans create a new political context for land use management across large mountain areas which will require better cooperation among municipalities.
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Keywords: environmental orientation; environmental planning; reindeer management

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Human-Environment Division, Fakkelgården, Storhove, N-2624, Lillehammer, Norway 2: Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

Publication date: May 4, 2015

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