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Strategic Environmental Assessment and Land Use Planning An International Evaluation

Edited By: Carys Jones
300 pages, Figures, tables and boxes
Publisher: Earthscan
Strategic Environmental Assessment and Land Use Planning
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About this book

Provides the first international evaluation of this exciting new discipline with 13 case studies from around the globe.

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This book provides an authoritative, international evaluation of the SEA of land use plans and provides context using a variety of case studies in which the uniquely qualified contributors evaluate systems in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, The UK, and the USA. Each SEA system is evaluated against a set of generic criteria specially designed to analyse different aspects of SEA. Numerous figures and tables are used to summarize the evaluative findings.

Contents

Introduction; SEA: An Overview; Evaluating the SEA of Land Use Plans; Canada; Denmark; Germany; Hong Kong; Hungary; Ireland; The Netherlands; New Zealand; Portugal; South Africa; Sweden; The UK; The USA; The World Bank; Conclusion.

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Biography

Christopher Wood is Co-director of the EIA Centre (EIAC) and Professor of Environmental Planning in the School of Planning and Landscape, University of Manchester
Edited By: Carys Jones
300 pages, Figures, tables and boxes
Publisher: Earthscan
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