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Socio-ecological Change in Rural Ethiopia

Understanding Local Dynamics in Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management

Edited By Till Stellmacher

Socio-ecological change is characterized by interactions among a wide range of actors with different interests, needs and capabilities. Environmental planning has to contribute to the coalescence of local realities, multi-stakeholder land-use planning and policy making. Contributing to this discourse, this book presents empirical local case studies from Ethiopia that illustrate socio-ecological change in the form of rural livelihood transformation. Various approaches to environmental planning and natural resource management are depicted that can be used as lessons learned in similar contexts in Ethiopia and beyond.
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Acknowledgments

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The contributions to this book come from many researchers with different disciplinary backgrounds who empirically work on socio-ecological change in rural Ethiopia. Most of the authors are affiliated with Addis Ababa University. We are particularly thankful to all lead authors to this book namely Sisay Seifu, Girma Kelboro, Diriba Dadi, Fite Getaneh and Aramde Fetene for their contributions. Special thanks go to Girma Kelboro for formatting. We also thank all people involved in the review process.

Last but not least, we are very grateful to the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for its support to the Program of Environmental Planning at Addis Ababa University, and for making it possible to realize this special book issue.

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