This title was first published in 2002. Environmental degradation resulting from rapid industrialization has become a serious issue for the governments of Southeast Asia. This volume focuses on three interrelated factors in environmental management in Bangkok and other rapidly developing urban areas along the Pacific Rim: government policy and enforcement, non-governmental organization intervention, and community participation.
Table of Contents
1 Economic Growth and Urban Environmental Degradation in the Pacific Rim 2 Environmental Management Systems in Southeast Asia 3 Environmental Management Policies in Thailand 4 Environment and Community Participation 5 Environmental Governance and the Shadow State in Thailand 6 Lessons for Improved Environmental Management 7 Community Environmental Management in the Developing World
Amrita Daniere (Author) , Lois. M Takahashi (Author)