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Table 1 Descriptions of issues, players, and tools for territorial intervention

From: Exploring governance for sustainability in contexts of violence: the case of the hydropower industry in Colombia

Issues Players Tools
Society:
Building social capital, trust, relationships, and organizational networks
Environment:
Climate change, biodiversity, and the condition of natural resources, water, and soil
Economy:
Power generation, budgeting, and monetary compensation associated with the impact of hydroelectric facilities
Society-environment:
Training, consciousness, and environmental culture in the territory
Economy-environment:
The economy of natural resources (supply and demand), pollution of the environment, and basic sanitation
Economy-society:
Activities for subsistence, food security, production organization, and commercialization of farm products
Energy companies:
Generators of hydropower
Local community:
Community action boards, farming, and fishing cooperatives of small landowners
Nongovernmental organizations:
National and local non-profit organizations that exist for the fomentation of the following:
• Science and technology
• Education, environmental protection, and bio-commerce
• Development and peace
The state:
National and local state organizations:
• Environmental, farming, transportation, and property regulation
• Fomentation of technical education and farming development
• Security
University:
Public and private higher education institutions with:
• Scientific research
• Social projection
Organizations for development:
• International organizations for humanitarian aid and cooperation
• Business foundations
• Guild organizations
Planning:
Public and private plans, programs and projects for socioeconomic development, environmental protection, infrastructure, and the use of the territory
Execution:
Establishing inter-institutional alliances and social networks, the formation of sectorial committees, and community schools for local development
Evaluation:
Verification and adjustment of the intervention using communication channels, questionnaires, indicators, and licenses for the operation of infrastructure projects