Edited By: Martin Purvis and Alan Grainger
401 pages, no illustrations
Offers fresh insights into sustainable development by looking at it from a geographical perspective. Building on existing theory, it demonstrates geography's unique contribution to the study of human-environment relationships, and examines sustainability at the full range of spatial scales from the global to the local.Both theory and practice are discussed as the book explores sustainable development in urban and rural areas, in both developing and developed areas.
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