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Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

1997 - 2018

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Volume 61, issue 10, 2018

Understanding the behavioral influences behind Singapore's water management strategies pp. 1654-1673 Downloads
Stephanie N. Timm and Brian M. Deal
Can zoning resolve nature use conflicts? The case of the Numto Nature Park in the Russian Arctic pp. 1674-1700 Downloads
Alexey O. Pristupa, Maria Tysiachniouk, Arthur P.J. Mol, Rik Leemans, Tatiana Minayeva and Anastasia Markina
The evolution of regional cross-border water regimes, the case of Deltarhine pp. 1701-1721 Downloads
T. Renner, S. Meijerink and P. van der Zaag
Traditional knowledge and biodiversity conservation: a case study from Byans Valley in Kailash Sacred Landscape, India pp. 1722-1743 Downloads
Vikram S. Negi, Ravi Pathak, K. Chandra Sekar, R.S. Rawal, I.D. Bhatt, S.K. Nandi and P.P. Dhyani
Measuring the welfare cost of air pollution in Shanghai: evidence from the housing market pp. 1744-1757 Downloads
Jie Chen, Qianjin Hao and Chamna Yoon
Community resilience to natural disasters in the informal settlements in Mwanza City, Tanzania pp. 1758-1788 Downloads
Herbert Hambati and Genesis T. Yengoh
Regulatory trust and failure – a case study of coal seam gas in New South Wales, Australia pp. 1789-1804 Downloads
Ross M. Carter and Richard K. Morgan
Retrofitting residential building envelopes for energy efficiency: motivations of individual homeowners in Israel pp. 1805-1827 Downloads
Chanoch Friedman, Nir Becker and Evyatar Erell
Soil and water conservation method adoption in a highly erosive watershed: the case of Southwest Oklahoma's Fort Cobb watershed pp. 1828-1849 Downloads
Tracy A. Boyer, Benjamin Tong and Larry D. Sanders

Volume 61, issue 9, 2018

The use of regulatory taxation as a policy instrument for sustainability transitions: old wine in new bottles or unexplored potential? pp. 1469-1486 Downloads
Kris Bachus and Frederic Vanswijgenhoven
Institutional quality effects on separate waste collection: some evidence from Italian provinces pp. 1487-1510 Downloads
Massimiliano Agovino, Antonio Garofalo and Angela Mariani
Community reactions to tourism development: how does governmental fairness work? pp. 1511-1534 Downloads
Minseong Kim, Brijesh Thapa and Jinwon Kim
Adapting cities to climate change – exploring the flood risk management role of green infrastructure landscapes pp. 1535-1552 Downloads
Jeremy G. Carter, John Handley, Tom Butlin and Susannah Gill
Sustainable consumption profile differences among Brazilian regions pp. 1553-1569 Downloads
Kavita Miadaira Hamza, Denise de Abreu Sofiatti Dalmarco and Fernando Antonio de Melo Pereira
Examining strategic sustainability plans and smart-growth land-use measures in California cities pp. 1570-1593 Downloads
Myungjung Kwon, Shui-Yan Tang and Cheongsin Kim
Picking up speed: public participation and local sustainability plan implementation pp. 1594-1611 Downloads
Kirsten Kinzer
Seeking a balance: a procedure-based evaluation of localized approaches for brownfield management in the USA pp. 1612-1630 Downloads
Eujin Julia Kim
Emerging drivers and business models for equipment reuse and remanufacturing in the US: lessons from the biotech industry pp. 1631-1653 Downloads
Vesela Veleva and Gavin Bodkin

Volume 61, issue 8, 2018

Local sustainability processes worldwide: a systematic review of the literature and research agenda pp. 1289-1317 Downloads
Carmen Echebarria, Jose M. Barrutia, Ainhize Eletxigerra, Patrick Hartmann and Vanessa Apaolaza
The territorial dimension of environmental sustainability in Italy along the urban–rural continuum pp. 1318-1339 Downloads
Silvia Coderoni and Francesco Pagliacci
Spatial planning and electric vehicles. A qualitative case study of horizontal and vertical organisational interplay in southern Sweden pp. 1340-1362 Downloads
Hans Antonson and Annelie Carlson
An empirical study of spatial-temporal growth patterns of a voluntary residential green infrastructure program pp. 1363-1382 Downloads
Theodore Chao Lim
From leaders to majority: a frontrunner paradox in built-environment climate governance experimentation pp. 1383-1401 Downloads
Jeroen van der Heijden
How multilateral financial institutions promote sustainable water infrastructure planning through economic appraisal: case studies from coastal cities of China pp. 1402-1418 Downloads
Lie Wu, Zhengzao Wang and Xianqiang Mao
Managing invasive plants in a rural-amenity landscape: the role of social capital and Landcare pp. 1419-1437 Downloads
Shaun McKiernan
An empirical analysis of green switching intentions in the airline industry pp. 1438-1468 Downloads
Hung-Che Wu, Ching-Chan Cheng and Chi-Han Ai

Volume 61, issue 7, 2018

Learning for social-ecological change: a qualitative review of outcomes across empirical literature in natural resource management pp. 1085-1112 Downloads
Monika Suškevičs, Thomas Hahn, Romina Rodela, Biljana Macura and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
When and where do we see the proximity effect of a new park? –A case study of the Dream Forest in Seoul, Korea pp. 1113-1136 Downloads
Heeyeun Yoon
Access for all? Beach access and equity in the Detroit metropolitan area pp. 1137-1161 Downloads
Jinwon Kim and Sarah Nicholls
Biofuels – tools for achieving environmental goals or green place branding? Present drivers and future visions in two Swedish municipalities pp. 1162-1179 Downloads
Magdalena Fallde
Determining the robust optimal set of BMPs for urban runoff management in data-poor catchments pp. 1180-1203 Downloads
Sayed Mohammad Aminjavaheri and Sara Nazif
Artisan fishers’ perception of climate change and disasters in coastal Bangladesh pp. 1204-1223 Downloads
Zaheed Hasan and Melissa Nursey-Bray
Understanding resident satisfaction with involvement in highway planning: in-depth interviews during a highway planning process in the Netherlands pp. 1224-1249 Downloads
Marije Hamersma, Eva Heinen, Taede Tillema and Jos Arts
Toward participatory decision-making in river corridor management: two case studies from the European Alps pp. 1250-1270 Downloads
B. Mazzorana, A. Nardini, F. Comiti, G. Vignoli, E. Cook, H. Ulloa and A. Iroumé
Keeping pace with technology: drones, disturbance and policy deficiency pp. 1271-1288 Downloads
Pip Wallace, Ross Martin and Iain White

Volume 61, issue 5-6, 2018

From urban gardening to planetary stewardship: human–nature relationships and their implications for environmental management pp. 747-755 Downloads
Arjen Buijs, Anke Fischer and Andreas Muhar
A model integrating social-cultural concepts of nature into frameworks of interaction between social and natural systems pp. 756-777 Downloads
Andreas Muhar, Christopher M. Raymond, Riyan J.G. van den Born, Nicole Bauer, Kerstin Böck, Michael Braito, Arjen Buijs, Courtney Flint, Wouter T. de Groot, Christopher D. Ives, Tamara Mitrofanenko, Tobias Plieninger, Catherine Tucker and Carena J. van Riper
An embodied perspective on the co-production of cultural ecosystem services: toward embodied ecosystems pp. 778-799 Downloads
Christopher M. Raymond, Matteo Giusti and Stephan Barthel
The role of co-evolutionary development and value change debt in navigating transitioning cultural landscapes: the case of Southern Transylvania pp. 800-817 Downloads
Andra I. Horcea-Milcu, David J. Abson, Ine Dorresteijn, Jacqueline Loos, Jan Hanspach and Joern Fischer
Cultural echoes in Dutch immigrants’ and non-immigrants’ understandings and values of nature pp. 818-840 Downloads
Marjolein E. Kloek, Arjen E. Buijs, Jan J. Boersema and Matthijs G.C. Schouten
The missing pillar: Eudemonic values in the justification of nature conservation pp. 841-856 Downloads
Riyan J.G. van den Born, B. Arts, J. Admiraal, A. Beringer, P. Knights, E. Molinario, K. Polajnar Horvat, C. Porras-Gomez, A. Smrekar, N. Soethe, J.L. Vivero-Pol, W. Ganzevoort, M. Bonaiuto, L. Knippenberg and W.T. De Groot
Attitudes towards nature, wilderness and protected areas: a way to sustainable stewardship in the South-Western Carpathians pp. 857-877 Downloads
Nicole Bauer, Monica Vasile and Maria Mondini
From street trees to natural areas: retrofitting cities for human connectedness to nature pp. 878-903 Downloads
Sarah P. Church
The dynamics of volunteer motivations for engaging in the management of invasive plants: insights from a mixed-methods study on Scottish seabird islands pp. 904-923 Downloads
Marie Pagès, Anke Fischer and René van der Wal
Fostering environmental citizenship: the motivations and outcomes of civic recreation pp. 924-949 Downloads
Rebecca Schild
What factors enable or hinder engagement of civil society in ecosystem management? The case of ‘pike factories’ and wetland restoration in Sweden pp. 950-969 Downloads
Malgorzata Blicharska and Patrik Rönnbäck
What makes you a ‘hero’ for nature? Socio-psychological profiling of leaders committed to nature and biodiversity protection across seven EU countries pp. 970-993 Downloads
Massimiliano Scopelliti, Erica Molinario, Flavia Bonaiuto, Mirilia Bonnes, Lavinia Cicero, Stefano De Dominicis, Ferdinando Fornara, Jeroen Admiraal, Almut Beringer, Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Wouter de Groot, Juha Hiedanpää, Paul Knights, Luuk Knippenberg, Katarina Polajnar Horvat, Florin Popa, Carmen Porras-Gomez, Aleš Smrekar, Nathalie Soethe, Jose Luis Vivero-Pol, Riyan van den Born and Marino Bonaiuto
Mastery over nature as a paradox: societally implemented but individually rejected pp. 994-1010 Downloads
Andreas Muhar and Kerstin Böck
Knitting green spaces with the threads of social innovation in Groningen and London pp. 1011-1032 Downloads
Stephanie Nuria Spijker and Constanza Parra
Farming between love and money: US Midwestern farmers’ human–nature relationships and impacts on watershed conservation pp. 1033-1050 Downloads
Yuki Yoshida, Courtney G. Flint and Mallory K. Dolan
Creating ‘new’ commons for the twenty-first century: innovative legal models for ‘green space’ pp. 1051-1069 Downloads
Christopher Rodgers and Duncan Mackay
Regimes of justification: competing arguments and the construction of legitimacy in Dutch nature conservation practices pp. 1070-1084 Downloads
Irma Arts, Arjen E. Buijs and Gerard Verschoor

Volume 61, issue 4, 2018

The carrot or the stick: individual adaption against varying institutional arrangements pp. 568-596 Downloads
Hongyun Han, Zhijian Zhang, Sheng Xia and Hanning Li
‘Enclosing country park land and the conservation of military heritage:’ an Ostromian interpretation of the fools’ paradise pp. 597-616 Downloads
Holvert Hung
Does collaboration affect the duration of environmental permitting processes? pp. 617-634 Downloads
Nicola Ulibarri
The clustering conditions for managing creative tourism destinations: the Alqueva region case, Portugal pp. 635-655 Downloads
Idalina Dias-Sardinha, David Ross and Ana Calapez Gomes
Bottom-up approach for downscaling CO2 emissions in Taiwan: robustness analysis and policy implications pp. 656-676 Downloads
Tsung-Chen Lee, Shin-Kun Peng, Chia-Tsung Yeh and Chun-Yi Tseng
Towards an agile participatory urban soundscape planning framework pp. 677-698 Downloads
Jieling Xiao, Lisa Lavia and Jian Kang
Economic performance and carbon intensity of human well-being: empirical evidence from the MENA region pp. 699-723 Downloads
Osama D. Sweidan
Integrating nature-based tourism and forestry in private lands under heterogeneous visitor preferences for forest attributes pp. 724-746 Downloads
Erkki Mäntymaa, Ville Ovaskainen, Artti Juutinen and Liisa Tyrväinen

Volume 61, issue 3, 2018

Building contraventions and incidence of flood in the Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria pp. 385-405 Downloads
Bolanle Wahab and Saeed Ojolowo
Nodes of a peri-urban agricultural landscape at local level: an interpretation of their contribution to the eco-structure pp. 406-429 Downloads
Rocío Pérez-Campaña and Luis Miguel Valenzuela-Montes
Ecological and economic impacts of green roofs and permeable pavements at the city level: the case of Corvallis, Oregon pp. 430-450 Downloads
Long Zhou, Guoqiang Shen, Thomas Woodfin, Tian Chen and Kun Song
Revealing the economic channels of natural impacts: an extended input–output subsystems application to GHG gases and water use pp. 451-473 Downloads
Alberto Franco Solís and Fco. Javier De Miguel Vélez
Planning for compact urban forms: local growth-management approaches and their evolution over time pp. 474-492 Downloads
Sophie C. Rudolf, Felix Kienast and Anna M. Hersperger
Multilevel assessment of a large-scale programme for poverty alleviation and wetland conservation: lessons from South Africa pp. 493-514 Downloads
Aiora Zabala and Caroline A. Sullivan
Green research and development (R&D) investment and its impact on the market value of firms: evidence from South African mining firms pp. 515-534 Downloads
F. Ganda
Assessing the influence of urban geometry on noise propagation by using the sky view factor pp. 535-552 Downloads
L.T. Silva, F. Fonseca, D. Rodrigues and A. Campos
The influence of building renovation and rental housing on urban trees pp. 553-567 Downloads
James W. N. Steenberg, Pamela J. Robinson and Andrew A. Millward

Volume 61, issue 2, 2018

An integrated approach towards transforming an industrial park into an eco-industrial park: the case of Salaise-Sablons pp. 195-213 Downloads
Paulo Ribeiro, Fernando Fonseca, Carolina Neiva, Tiziana Bardi and Júlia M. Lourenço
An online platform supporting the analysis of water adaptation measures in the Alps pp. 214-229 Downloads
Dragana Bojovic, Carlo Giupponi, Hermann Klug, Lucia Morper-Busch, George Cojocaru and Richard Schörghofer
Climate change and political discourse: analysis of energy efficiency and conservation block grants in Dallas-Fort Worth pp. 230-248 Downloads
Ann W. Foss
Knowledge, attitude and behavior of farmers in farmland conservation in China: an application of the structural equation model pp. 249-271 Downloads
Fanus Asefaw Aregay, Zhao Minjuan and Xu Tao
Flexible, collaborative, and meaningful? The case of the US coastal nonpoint pollution control program pp. 272-290 Downloads
Tyler A. Scott
Boundary spanners as trust ambassadors in collaborative natural resource management pp. 291-308 Downloads
Kimberly Coleman and Marc J. Stern
Convenience improves composting and recycling rates in high-density residential buildings pp. 309-331 Downloads
Alessandra DiGiacomo, David W.-L. Wu, Peter Lenkic, Bud Fraser, Jiaying Zhao and Alan Kingstone
Current and future effectiveness of the Natura 2000 network for protecting plant species in Sardinia: a nice and complex strategy in its raw state? pp. 332-347 Downloads
Mauro Fois, Gianluigi Bacchetta, Donatella Cogoni and Giuseppe Fenu
Designing a policy package for the promotion of servicising: A case study of vineyard crop protection in Galicia (Spain) pp. 348-369 Downloads
Á. Pereira, A. Carballo-Penela, A. Guerra and X. Vence
Acknowledgement of referees 2016–2017 pp. 370-384 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 61, issue 1, 2018

Is this trail too crowded? A choice experiment to evaluate tradeoffs and preferences of park visitors in Garibaldi Park, British Columbia pp. 1-24 Downloads
Regan Kohlhardt, Jordi Honey-Rosés, Sergio Fernandez Lozada, Wolfgang Haider and Mark Stevens
Network structure and adaptive capacity in watershed governance pp. 25-48 Downloads
Wendy A. Kellogg and Aritree Samanta
Using triple bottom line metrics and multi-criteria methodology in corporate settings pp. 49-63 Downloads
Lanka Thabrew, Debra Perrone, Alexandra Ewing, Mark Abkowitz and George Hornberger
Developing alternative land-use scenarios to facilitate natural resource management across jurisdictional boundaries pp. 64-85 Downloads
E. Jamie Trammell, J. Scott Thomas, Dave Mouat, Quinn Korbulic and Scott Bassett
Environmental management from left to right – on ideology, policy-specific beliefs and pro-environmental policy support pp. 86-104 Downloads
Sverker C. Jagers, Niklas Harring and Simon Matti
Collaborative environmental governance and transaction costs in partnerships: evidence from a social network approach to water management in France pp. 105-123 Downloads
Christophe Boschet and Tina Rambonilaza
Analyzing social perception as a key factor in the management of protected areas: the case of the Sierra Nevada Protected Area (S Spain) pp. 124-142 Downloads
Alicia Pelegrina-López, Francisco M. Ocaña-Peinado, Ignacio Henares-Civantos, José L. Rosúa-Campos and Francisco A. Serrano-Bernardo
Exploring public perception of environmental technology over time pp. 143-160 Downloads
Carola Braun, Katrin Rehdanz and Ulrich Schmidt
Evaluation of beach quality as perceived by users pp. 161-175 Downloads
Gisela García-Morales, José Alfredo Arreola-Lizárraga, Renato Arturo Mendoza-Salgado, Jaqueline García-Hernández, Pedro Rosales-Grano and Alfredo Ortega-Rubio
Urban climate change and sustainability planning: an analysis of sustainability and climate change discourses in local government plans in Canada pp. 176-194 Downloads
Laura Tozer
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