The Fundamental Role of Large-Scale Trust Building in Natural Resource Management
To better understand how to solve large-scale social dilemmas such as common-pool resource management, this paper provides a interdisciplinary critical analysis of scholarship to reveal the vicious cycle we are currently mired in. It proposes that currentÂapproaches to promote pro-environmental behaviourÂwill be limited in their efficacy without a preliminary change in the level of trust among individuals and the systems that purport to support them. It then advances a new focus on large-scale trust building, suggesting paths for future research and a new direction for successful outcomes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2016
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