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Alternatives for Environmental Valuation

By: Michael Getzner, Clive Spash and Sigrid Stagl
Publisher: Routledge
Alternatives for Environmental Valuation
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How can we value the environment? Answering this question will be vital to ensuring that future economic growth is not achieved at the expense of the environment.


1. Exploring alternatives for environmental valuation CLIVE L. SPASH, SIGRID STAGL AND MICHAEL GETZNER PART ONE: Extending the environmental valuation approach 2. A framework for valuing nature: regional biodiversity MICHAEL GETZNER 3. Non-use values and attitudes: wetlands threatened by climate change JURGEN MEYERHOFF 4. Modelling environmental behaviour: socio-psychological simulation HANS-JOACHIM MOSLER PART TWO: Taking multiple criteria into account 5. Assessing the quality of different MCDA methods ANDREA DE MONTIS, PASQUALE DE TORO, BERT DROSTE-FRANKE, INES OMANN AND SIGRID STAGL 6. MCDA and stakeholder participation: valuing forest resources WENDY PROCTOR 7. Confronting risk with precaution: a multi-criteria mapping of genetically modified crops ANDY STIRLING AND SUE MAYER PART THREE: Deliberation, participation and value expression 8. Consumer valuation and citizen deliberation: towards a comparison JONATHAN ALDRED 9. Three approaches to valuing nature: forest floodplain restoration WENDY KENYON AND NICK HANLEY 10. Deliberation and economic valuation: national park management ROSEMARY F. JAMES AND RUSSELL K. BLAMEY 11. The challenges of stakeholder participation: agri-environmental policy KATJA ARZT 12. Preference transformation through deliberation: protecting world Heritage SIMON NIEMEYER

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By: Michael Getzner, Clive Spash and Sigrid Stagl
Publisher: Routledge
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