Introduction - D. Miller and G. de Roo; Part A: A Descriptive Introduction to Environmental and Spatial Conflicts in the Urban Area: Pollution control in the United Kingdom - B. Goodall; Tackling the problem of conflicting land uses in Hong Kong: a planner's view - Pun Chung Chan; From measurement to measures: land use and environmental protection in Brooklyn, New York - N. Anderson, E. Hanhardt and I. Pasher; Land use conflicts and problem solving strategies: three case studies in the metropolitan area of Lisbon - J. Farinha, L. Vasconcelos and A. Perestrelo; A noise remedy program: Seattle - Tacoma international airport - E. Munday; Land use conflicts at a nuclear weapons site: contamination, industry and habitat at Hanford, USA - J. Denkers and M. Power; Part B: Answers to Negative Environmental Spillovers in the Urban Area: Risk-based urban environmental planning: The Seattle experience - S. Nicholas; Towards an integrated district oriented policy: a policy for urban planning and the environment in Amsterdam - E. Meijburg; Improving environmental performance of local land use plans: an experiment with sustainable urban planning in Amsterdam - E. Timar; A method for incorporating environmental aspects into spatial planning - N. Streefkerk; Innovative mitigation at a treatment plant: the applied waste water technologies research program - G.M. Bush; Part C: Integrated Environmental Zoning as a Sophisticated Instrument to Deal with Environmental Spillovers: Dutch integrated environmental zoning: a comprehensive program for dealing with urban environmental spillovers - D. Miller; The rise and fall of the environmental zone: a discussion about area oriented environmental planning in urban areas - G. de Roo; Integrated environmental zoning in the IJmond-region near Amsterdam - D. Arbouw; Integrated environmental zoning and American inner - city redevelopment: a helpful intersection of land-use planning and environmental law - M.A. Wolf; (Integrated) environmental zoning: a comprehensive study of 12 countries - J. Pearce; Part D: Positive Environmental Spillovers in the Urban Areas: A Neglected Field of Interest: Seattle's environmentally critical areas policies - C. Marks; A wildlife habitat network for community planning using GIS technology - K.J. Stenberg, K.O. Richter, D. McNamara and L. Vicknair; Reducing flood damage impacts of urbanisation: institutional problems and approaches - F. Westerlund; Part E: The Spatial Plan as a Tool for Sustainable Solutions: Environmental appraisal of development plans - N. Border; Integrated environmental zoning in local land use plans: some Dutch experiences - H. Borst; Integrating environmental quality criteria in municipal master plans: a general proposal - C. Garrett; Index.