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Planning Sustainability

Edited By: Michael Kenny and James Meadowcroft
230 pages, 2 b/w photos, illus, 10 figs, 8 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
Planning Sustainability
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Argues that planning is often wrongly ignored by advocates of environmental politics.

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Acknowledgements List of Contributors Introduction Mike Kenny and James Meadowcroft 1. Planning for sustainable development: what can be learnt from the critics? James Meadowcroft 2. A century of planning Charles E. Lindblom 3. Pathways to sustainability: issues, policies and theory Michael Redclift 4. Sustainability and markets: on the neo-classical model of environmental economics Michael Jacobs 5. Scale, complexity and the conundrum of sustainability William Rees 6. From sustainability to basic income Wouter Achterberg 7. Three decades of environmental planning: what have we really learned? Paul Selman 8. National environmental policy planning in the face of uncertainty Martin Janicke and Helge Jorgens 9. Local sustainability in a sea of globalisation? The case of food policy Tim Lang Index

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Edited By: Michael Kenny and James Meadowcroft
230 pages, 2 b/w photos, illus, 10 figs, 8 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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