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By: Barry Dalal-Clayton and Stephen Bass
358 pages, Figs, tabs
Comprehensive and authorative set of resources and guidance on how to develop, assess and implement sustainable development strategies at local, national and regional levels. It sets out principles and ideas on processes and methods, showing how best to use them and draws on the experience of a range of organizations in both developed and developing countries, emphasizing tested and practical approaches to strategic planning.
'Provides guidance on how to develop, implement, and assess national sustainable development strategies.' Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 41, No. 3 '[The book contains] critically important material.' Long Range Planning 'A worthwhile publication on sustainable development strategies.' Tourism Recreation Research 'Provides flexible, non-prescriptive guidance on how to develop, assess and implement national sustainable development strategies, based on an analysis of past and current practice and drawing directly from experience in both developed and developing countries.' Natural Resources Journal
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