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From urban national parks to natured cities in the Global South : the quest for naturbanity / Frédéric Landy, editor.
Contributor(s): Landy, Frédéric [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: Singapore : Springer , c2018Description: xxi ,329 pages : 44 illus., 27 illus. in color. ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789811084614 (hbk.).Subject(s): National parks and reserves -- Developing countries -- Management | Social sciences | Urban geography | Urban economicsDDC classification: 333.78091724 LAN
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1. Introduction: The quest for naturbanity Estienne RODARY, Louise BRUNO-LÉZY, Julien DELLIER, Sylvain GUYOT, Frédéric LANDY -- Part 1. Actors: Whose Parks? -- 2. The History of the Four Parks: Favouring or Protecting from Urban Growth, Different Successive Conservation Policies Estienne Rodary, Louise Bruno-Lézy, Frédéric Landy, Mayara Morokawa, Janie Swanepoel -- 3. Urban national parks and the rich: Friends with benefits Julien Dellier, Sylvain Guyot, Frédéric Landy, Rafael Soares Gonçalves -- 4. The “poor”, the park and the city: Policies of social stigmatization rather than inclusion Frédéric LANDY, Pauline TEXIER, Rafael GONÇALVES SOARES, Sylvain GUYOT -- 5. Categorization of people and places, indigenous people and urban national parks: between eviction, instrumentality and empowerment Nadia BELAIDI, Karl-Heinz GAUDRY, Frédéric LANDY -- Part 2. Beyond local challenges: The city-park relationships --
6. Urban national parks and the making of housing market in emerging cities: Places of exclusiveness, land of opportunities Julien Migozzi, Abdul Shaban, Rafael Soares Gonçalves -- 7. Why did leopards kill humans in Mumbai but not in Nairobi ? Wildlife management in and around urban national parks Frédéric Landy, Estienne Rodary, Bernard Calas -- 8. When Cities host Parks: When will urban frontiers become eco-frontiers? Sylvain Guyot, Estienne Rodary -- 9.National parks in the urban arena: The interplay of actors for incomplete models of governance Véronique Fourault-Cauët, Jean-Fabien Steck -- Part 3. Circulation of practices, discourses and models -- 10. A conservation view: Towards New Urban Protected Area Governance? Louise Bruno-Lézy -- 11. What makes urban national parks “urban”? Their specifics within the national systems of protection Bernard Calas, Frédéric Landy, Teresa Mbatia --
12. Environmental education in urban national parks: A political tool for the democratization process in emerging countries: Studies on Tijuca and Table Mountain National Parks Nadia Belaidi, Rafael Soares Gonçalves, Glaucio Glei Maciel -- Part 4. To Conclude -- 13. Conclusion: National parks between urbanization and globalization Frédéric Landy -- 14. Afterword: Seen Through the Eyes of Researchers, Are Practitioners Partners, Research Objects or Hurdles? Glen HYMAN, Frédéric LANDY, Louise BRUNO-LÉZY. .
"This important volume focuses on the sensitive issue of interrelationships between national parks situated near or within urban areas and their urban environment. It engages with both urban and conservation issues and and compares four national parks located in four large cities in the global South: Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Mumbai, and Nairobi. Though primarily undertaken as academic research, the project has intensively collaborated with the institutions in charge of these parks. The comparative structure of this volume is also original and unique: each of the chapters incorporates insight from all four sites as far as possible.The term "naturbanity" expresses the necessity for cities endowed with a national park to integrate it into their functioning. Conversely, such parks must take into account their location in an urban environment, both as a source of heavy pressures on nature and as a nexus of incentives to support their conservation. The principle of non-exclusivity, that is, neither the city nor the park has a right nor even the possibility to negate the other's presence, summarizes the main argument of this book. Naturbanity thus blurs the old "modern" dichotomy of nature/culture: animals and human beings can often jump the physical and ideological walls separating many parks from the adjacent city. The 13 chapters and substantive introduction of this volume discuss various aspects of naturbanity: the histories of park creation; interaction between people and parks; urban governance and parks; urban conservation models; wildlife management; environmental education; and so on. This is a must-read for students and researchers interested in social ecology, social geography, conservation, urban planning and ecological policy."-- Provided by publisher