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Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

1997 - 2022

Current editor(s): Dr Neil Powe, Dr Ken Willis and George Bill Page

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Volume 51, issue 6, 2008

Valuing the benefits of the urban forest: a spatial hedonic approach pp. 717-736 Downloads
Seth Payton, Greg Lindsey, Jeff Wilson, John Ottensmann and Joyce Man
Protecting people and property: the influence of land-use planners on flood hazard mitigation in New Urbanist developments pp. 737-757 Downloads
Mark Stevens, Philip Berke and Yan Song
Why is integrating policy assessment so hard? A comparative analysis of the institutional capacities and constraints pp. 759-775 Downloads
John Turnpenny, Måns Nilsson, Duncan Russel, Andrew Jordan, Julia Hertin and Bjorn Nykvist
Locating 'power' in wind power planning processes: the (not so) influential role of local objectors pp. 777-799 Downloads
Mhairi Aitken, Seonaidh McDonald and Peter Strachan
Roles of environmental movement organisations in land-use planning: case studies of the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario, Canada pp. 801-816 Downloads
Graham Whitelaw, Paul Eagles, Robert Gibson and Mark Seasons
Spatio-temporal analysis of fire events in India: implications for environmental conservation pp. 817-832 Downloads
Krishna Prasad Vadrevu, K. V. S. Badarinath and Anuradha Eaturu
A mixed integer linear programming model for optimisation of organics management in an integrated solid waste system pp. 833-845 Downloads
Maria Grazia Gnoni, Gianni Mummolo and Luigi Ranieri
Greenhouse gas emissions along the rural-urban gradient pp. 847-870 Downloads
Clinton Andrews
Growth management in Florida: planning for paradise pp. 871-872 Downloads
Arnab Chakraborty
Beyond the carbon economy: energy law in transition pp. 872-873 Downloads
Heather Lovell
International water treaties pp. 873-875 Downloads
Mark Giordano
Introduction to rural planning pp. 875-876 Downloads
Trevor Hart
Participatory Action Research approaches and methods: connecting people, participation and place pp. 876-877 Downloads
John Forrester

Volume 51, issue 5, 2008

The potential role of stated preference methods in the Water Framework Directive to assess disproportionate costs pp. 597-614 Downloads
Roy Brouwer
Promoting community involvement at brownfields sites in socio-economically disadvantaged neighbourhoods pp. 615-630 Downloads
Deborah Rigling Gallagher and Sarah Jackson
Proximal exposure of public schools and students to major roadways: a nationwide US survey pp. 631-646 Downloads
Alexandra Appatova, Patrick Ryan, Grace LeMasters and Sergey Grinshpun
Incorporating ecosystem-based management into urban environmental policy: a case study from western Washington pp. 647-662 Downloads
Vivek Shandas, Jessica Graybill and Clare Ryan
Stakeholder involvement in NEPA scoping processes: evaluating practices and effects in transportation agencies pp. 663-678 Downloads
Carissa Schively Slotterback
Perceived landscape impacts of mobile telecommunications development in the Peak District National Park, England pp. 679-699 Downloads
Jung Jin Park, Anna Jorgensen, Carys Swanwick and Paul Selman
Social learning from public engagement: dreaming the impossible? pp. 701-716 Downloads
Richard Bull, Judith Petts and James Evans

Volume 51, issue 4, 2008

Landowner motivations for watershed restoration: lessons from five watersheds pp. 477-496 Downloads
Stacy Rosenberg and Richard Margerum
Is trade liberalisation bad for the environment? A review of the economic evidence pp. 497-510 Downloads
Colin Kirkpatrick and Silviu Scrieciu
Public values for badgers, bovine TB reduction and management strategies pp. 511-523 Downloads
Richard Bennett and Ken Willis
Case study: examining the contribution of historical sources of lead in urban soils in Portland, Maine, USA pp. 525-541 Downloads
Travis Wagner and Samantha Langley-Turnbaugh
'Learning by doing': adaptive planning as a strategy to address uncertainty in planning pp. 543-559 Downloads
Sadahisa Kato and Jack Ahern
Regulatory conflict in the Chicago VOC control program pp. 561-579 Downloads
Richard Kosobud, Joshua Linn, Houston Stokes and Carol Tallarico
Planning implications from the interactions between renewable energy programs and carbon regulation pp. 581-596 Downloads
Hal Nelson

Volume 51, issue 3, 2008

A critical review of the theory and application of social learning in participatory natural resource management processes pp. 325-344 Downloads
M. Muro and P. Jeffrey
Ecological information in the political decision making of urban land-use planning pp. 345-362 Downloads
Vesa Yli-Pelkonen
Recreation conflict potential and management implications in the northern/central Black Forest Nature Park pp. 363-380 Downloads
Carsten Mann and James Absher
Drivers and barriers to water transfer in a New Zealand irrigation scheme pp. 381-397 Downloads
Miria Lange, Ann Winstanley and David Wood
Evaluating environmental protection in post-Hurricane Katrina plans in Mississippi pp. 399-419 Downloads
Jennifer Evans-Cowley and Meghan Zimmerman Gough
The ISO 14001 environmental management standard in Japan: results from a national survey of facilities in four industries pp. 421-445 Downloads
Yasuhumi Mori and Eric Welch
Use of embodied energy and ecological footprinting to assess the global environmental impact of consumption in an Irish city-region pp. 447-470 Downloads
David Browne, Bernadette O'Regan and Richard Moles
Achieving sustainable mobility. Everyday and leisure-time travel in the EU pp. 471-472 Downloads
Petter Næss
Planning and transformation: learning from the post-apartheid experience pp. 473-474 Downloads
Warren Smit
Fuzzy planning: the role of actors in a fuzzy governance environment pp. 474-475 Downloads
Philip James

Volume 51, issue 2, 2008

How do green charges transform industrial behaviour? An explorative case study of institutionalisation and transition in post-Communist Poland pp. 163-175 Downloads
Trine Pipi Kræmer
The call of different wilds: the importance of definition and perception in protecting and managing Scottish wild landscapes pp. 177-199 Downloads
Robert Mc Morran, Martin Price and Charles Warren
Monitoring brownfield housing development: strengths and weaknesses of indicator based monitoring in the English planning system pp. 201-220 Downloads
Robin Ganser
From exogenous to endogenous development in Scottish forestry: the feasibility of small-scale wood energy enterprise pp. 221-232 Downloads
Lasse Okkonen
Host community attitudes towards solid waste landfill infrastructure: comprehension before compensation pp. 233-257 Downloads
Louise Gallagher, Susana Ferreira and Frank Convery
Are EMS environmentally effective? The link between environmental management systems and environmental performance in European companies pp. 259-283 Downloads
Julia Hertin, Frans Berkhout, Marcus Wagner and Daniel Tyteca
SMEs and voluntary environmental initiatives: a study of stakeholders' perspectives in Hong Kong pp. 285-301 Downloads
Sonja Studer, Stephen Tsang, Richard Welford and Peter Hills
Human-ecological dimensions of disaster resiliency in Thailand: social capital and aid delivery pp. 303-317 Downloads
Philip Berke, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Kungwan Juntarashote and Stephanie Chang
Metrogreen. Connecting open space in North American cities pp. 319-320 Downloads
Ruth Soenen
Engaging the future: forecasts, scenarios, plans, and projects pp. 320-321 Downloads
Graham May
Multi-stakeholder platforms for integrated water management pp. 321-322 Downloads
Bruce Lankfort
Planning for retail development: a critical view of the British experience pp. 322-323 Downloads
Neil Powe

Volume 51, issue 1, 2008

Farmer Premiums for the Voluntary Adoption of Conservation Plans pp. 1-14 Downloads
Joseph Cooper and Giovanni Signorello
Valuing Urban Green Space: Hypothetical Alternatives and the Status Quo pp. 15-35 Downloads
Craig Bullock
Integrating Wetland Management into Sustainable Water Resources Allocation: The Case of Akrotiri Wetland in Cyprus pp. 37-53 Downloads
Ekin Birol, Phoebe Koundouri and Yiannis Kountouris
Environmental Injustice in France pp. 55-79 Downloads
Lucie Laurian
Environmental Assessment Framework for Policy Applications: Life Cycle Assessment, External Costs and Multi-criteria Analysis pp. 81-105 Downloads
Ari Rabl and Mike Holland
Green Houses for the Growth Region pp. 107-140 Downloads
Jo Williams
Incorporating Complex Adaptive Systems Theory into Strategic Planning: The Sierra Nevada Conservancy pp. 141-162 Downloads
Tanya Higgins and Timothy Duane
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