Human/wildlife conflict with more wildlife damages on the fields and livestock is on the rise in Annapurna Conservation Area due to increasing populations of both wildlife and humans in need of the land
The environmental discourses in the politics of the world has been identified and described by professor John S. Dryzek from Australian National University. The work has been published as a third edition in 2013. This categorization is utilized here as a base for a quick overview of the discourses in Danish water planning.
Industrial symbiosis is a production process that large core companies have been engaged in for years. It involves utilization of waste from other companies in order to avoid environmental pressure by landfilling and other loss of resources
A multi-stringed plan process, that has been predominantly top-down with strong stakeholders who are challenging the authorities, has left Denmark among the few EU Member States that still do not have their river basin management plans approved and implemented