Published in 1998, this work focuses on the practical issues and policies relating to planning and managing both built and natural environments. It addresses the needs to pursue a greater degree of integration between the subject matter and the international frameworks of environmental planning.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Environment, Planning and Land Use, Philip Kivell, Peter Roberts and Gordon Waker Part 1: Theory and Context 2. European Spatial Planning and the Urban Environment, Michael Chapman 3. Ecological Modernization: A Model for Future Urban and Regional Planning and Development, Peter Roberts 4. Spatial and Environmental Problems of Border Regions in East-Central Europe, with Special Reference to the Carpathian Basin, Jozsef Toth and Pal Golobics 5. Infrastructure and Regional Planning: Ownership and Regulation of Energy, Water and Land in the English West Midlands and Catalonia, Tim Marshall Part 2: Themes and Issues 6. Integration of Land and Water Management in England, Nigel Watson 7. Coherence Divergence in Dutch Physical Planning and Water Management Planning, Marius Schwartz 8. Risk, Environment and Land Use Planning: An Evaluation of Policy and Practice in the UK, Gordon Walker, Derek Pratts and Mark Barlow 9. Derelict Land – Some Positive Perspectives, Philip Kivell and Sarah Hatfield 10. Sustainable Development and Spatial Reorganization of a Greek Border Village with the Help of Private Capital, Evangelos Dimitriadis, Alexandros Ph.Lagopoulos and Christos Th. Kousidonis 11. Impediments to Sustainable Development in the Environmental Policy of East-Central Europe: The Example of Hungary, Istvan Fodor Part 3: Policy and Management 12. Environmental Assessment and Decision Making, Fergus Anckorn and Nick Coppin 13. Quality Assurance for Planning and Environmental Management: The Case for Re-Regulation, Michael Clark 14. The Rhetoric of Rio and the Problem of Local Sustainability, Bob Evans 15. Public Participation in Local Agenda 21: The Usual Suspects, Susan Buckingham-Hatfield.