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Record number 498489
Title Knowledge co-production in practice : Enabling environmental management systems for ports through participatory research in the Dutch Wadden Sea
Author(s) Puente-Rodríguez, Daniel; Slobbe, Erik van; Al, Iris A.C.; Lindenbergh, D.E.D.
Source Environmental Science & Policy 55 (2016). - ISSN 1462-9011 - p. 456 - 466.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2015.02.014
Department(s) Earth System Science
CS Corporate Education, Research & InnovationCorporate Education, Research & Innovation
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) Coastal zone management - Environmental management systems - Knowledge co-production - Participation - Ports - Science and technology studies - Wadden Sea
Abstract

Coastal zone management is inconceivable without the mobilization and integration of different types of knowledge - that is, without knowledge co-production practices. This article applies the concept of knowledge co-production to analyze the process of emergence, standardization, and enculturation of environmental management systems (EMSs) within port communities in the Dutch Wadden Sea. Moreover, it is a report from the field in which we reflect on the participatory practices conducted to facilitate the knowledge arrangements required to develop EMSs for a group of ports. The article concludes that this type of knowledge arrangement and co-production practices (involving different types of actors and knowledge) might become mandatory in the near future to stabilize the EMS phenomenon in the practices of ports.

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