Environmental Planning in Context: Planning, Environment, CitiesAuthor: Iain WhitePublisher: SpringerCategory: Central Government Policies, Environment, Regional & Area Planning, Urban & Municipal PlanningBook Format: Paperback
This innovative introduction to environmental planning is designed for an international readership. Each of the book's chapters focuses on a key question in environmental planning and works through principles which are appropriate in any national context. Case studies from around the world show how the principles apply in practice.
Table Of Contents1. Introducing Environmental Planning.- 2. The Intellectual Legacies.- 3. Governance and Power.- 4. Politics and the Media.- 5. Framing Concepts.- 6. The Role of Science.- 7. Policy and Regulation.- 8. Decision Support Tools.- 9. Engaging with Stakeholders.- 10. The Question of Justice.- 11. Conclusion.
About Iain WhiteIain White is Professor of Environmental Planning at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
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