By: AW Ewert, DC Baker and GC Bissix
290 pages, B/w photos
Presents an overview and history of natural resource management, from a global perspective. It discusses the challenges facing Integrated Resource and Environmental Management (IREM) from several different contexts, including real-world applications, planning frameworks, and complex systems.
The early history of resource management; Modern history of integrated resource and environment management; Environmental conflict and property rights; The role of the social sciences in integrated resource and environmental management; Power and decision-making in natural resource management; The theoretical foundations of natural resource management; IREM in a complex world; Planning framework for IREM
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