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Spatial Planning and Climate Change

By: Elizabeth Wilson and Jake Piper
368 pages, 24 photos, 31 illus, 37 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
Spatial Planning and Climate Change
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About this book

Spatial planning and climate change are closely intertwined - the effects of irresponsible planning can negatively impact the changing environment, but also conversely with care it can help provide the solutions. The authors examine a wide range of issues and how these problems can be addressed by using a longer-sighted approach to the preparation for the future.

Contents

Part 1: Introduction 1. Spatial Planning, Climate Change and Sustainable Development 2. Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Impacts and Opportunities 3. International, European and National Policy Frameworks Part 2: Perspectives 4. Discourses of Climate Change and Spatial Planning 5. Multi-Scalar Spatial Planning for Climate Change 6. Just Transitions: Horizons, Time-Scales and Equity 7. Environmental Impact Assessment for Climate Change in Spatial Planning Part 3: Spatial Planning in Practice 8. Strategic Planning for Low-Carbon and Resilient Development Pattern 9. Climate Change and the Built Environment 10. Planning for Water Resources under Climate Change 11. Planning for Climate Change: Flood Risk and Marine and Coastal Areas 12. Planning for Biodiversity under Climate Change Part 4: Prospects 13. Climate Change Learning, Knowledge and Communication amongst Spatial Planning Communities 14. Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation for Sustainable Development

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Both authors are from the School of the Built Environment, Oxford Brookes University, UK.
By: Elizabeth Wilson and Jake Piper
368 pages, 24 photos, 31 illus, 37 tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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