5-0030 COLLABORATIVE EVENT ETHNOGRAPHY OF THE 10th CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
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Saturday, November 19, 2011: 08:00-09:45

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Organizers:  J .Peter Brosius (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia)
Chairs:  Ken MacDonald (University of Toronto)
08:00
The Concept and Practice of Collaborative Event Ethnography
J .Peter Brosius (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia), Lisa M. Campbell (Duke University), Ken MacDonald (University of Toronto) and Noella Gray (University of Guelph)
08:15
Everyone’s Solution? Defining and Re-Defining Protected Areas In the Convention On Biological Diversity
Rebecca L Gruby (Duke University), Maggie Bourque (Haub School of Environment & Natural Resources, University of Wyoming), Catherine Corson (Mount Holyoke College), Noella Gray (University of Guelph), Shannon Greenberg (University of Guelph), Shannon Hagerman (University of Washington), Daniel Suarez (University of California Berkeley) and Rebecca C Witter (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia)
08:30
Engagements with Climate Change At the Cbd/CoP10: Reinvention, Reconfiguration or Reinforcement?
Shannon Hagerman (University of Washington), Maggie Bourque (Haub School of Environment & Natural Resources, University of Wyoming), Catherine Corson (Mount Holyoke College), Edward M Maclin (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia), Daniel Suarez (University of California Berkeley) and Rebecca C Witter (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia)
08:45
CBD/CoP10 and the Satoyama Initiative: Global Environmental Governance and the Proliferation of Cultural Landscapes
Sarah L Hitchner (Center for Integrative Conservation Research - University of Georgia), Eial Dujovny (Center for Integrative Conservation Research University of Georgia), Deborah Scott (Rutgers University) and Ken MacDonald (University of Toronto)
09:00
Global Marine Governance: Exploring Competing Views At the CBD/CoP10
Noella Gray (University of Guelph), Lisa M. Campbell (Duke University), Eial Dujovny (Center for Integrative Conservation Research University of Georgia), Shannon Greenberg (University of Guelph) and Rebecca Gruby (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University)
09:15
How Much Is That Tiger In the Jungle? Cbd/CoP10 As a Site of Association
Daniel Suarez (University of California Berkeley), Shannon Greenberg (University of Guelph), Ken MacDonald (University of Toronto), Catherine Corson (Mount Holyoke College), Eial Dujovny (Center for Integrative Conservation Research University of Georgia) and Juan Luis Dammert (Peruvian Society for Environmental Law)
09:30
The Politics of Participating In International Environmental Decision-Making At the CBD/CoP10
Rebecca C Witter (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia), Maggie Bourque (Haub School of Environment & Natural Resources, University of Wyoming), Rebecca Gruby (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University), Sarah L Hitchner (Center for Integrative Conservation Research - University of Georgia), Edward M Maclin (Center for Integrative Conservation Research, University of Georgia) and Kimberly Suiseeya (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University)

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