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Nature, Temporality and Environmental Management
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INTRODUCTION

1. Holding on and letting go: nature, temporality and environmental management Lesley Head, Katarina Saltzman, Gunhild Setten and Marie Stenseke PART I: Imagining new environmental futures and entwined pasts 2. The outside within: the shifting ontological practice of the environment in Australia Aidan Davison and Stewart Williams 3. Landscape, temporality and responsibility: making conceptual connections through alien invasive species Gunhild Setten 4. Presence of absence, absence of presence, and extinction narratives Dolly Jorgensen 5. The view from off-centre: Sweden and Australia in the imaginative discourse of the Anthropocene Libby Robin PART II: Living with nature in motion 6. The co-presence of past and future in the practice of environmental management: implications for rural-amenity landscapes Benjamin Cooke 7. Wild Tradition: hunting and nature in regional Sweden and Australia Michael Adams 8. Managing nature in the home garden Katarina Saltzman and Carina Sjoeholm PART III: Indigenous challenges to environmental imaginaries 9. Indigenous land claims and multiple landscapes: Postcolonial openings in Finnmark, Norway Gro B Ween and Marianne E Lien 10. Mining as colonisation: the need for restorative justice and restitution of traditional Sami lands Rebecca Lawrence and Mattias Ahren PART IV: Temporalities of environmental management 11. Challenges in agricultural land management - a Scandinavian perspective on contextual variations and farmers' room to manoeuvre Elin Slatmo 12. Performing natures: adaptive management practice in the `eternally unfolding present' Ruth Beilin and Simon West 13. How to bring historical forms into the future? An exploration of Swedish semi-natural grasslands Marie Stenseke, Regina Lindborg, Simon Jakobsson and Mattias Sandberg

About the Author

Lesley Head is Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Head of the School of Geography at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Katarina Saltzman is Associate Professor at the Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Gunhild Setten is Professor of Geography at the Department of Geography, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. Marie Stenseke is Professor in Human Geography at the Department of Economy and Society, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and Fellow of The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry.

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