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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 48, issue 6, 2005

David Pearce 1941-2005 pp. 787-788 Downloads
Ken Willis
The Peconic River: Concerns associated with different risk evaluations for fish consumption pp. 789-808 Downloads
Joanna Burger and Michael Gochfeld
Community concerns about landfills: A case study of Hanoi, Vietnam pp. 809-831 Downloads
Nguyen Quang Tuan and Virginia MacLaren
Combining a participatory planning approach with a virtual landscape model for the siting of wind turbines pp. 833-852 Downloads
Eckart Lange and Sigrid Hehl-Lange
'Green On Green': Public perceptions of wind power in Scotland and Ireland pp. 853-875 Downloads
Charles Warren, Carolyn Lumsden, Simone O'Dowd and Richard Birnie
Perceptions of river managers of institutional constraints on floodplain restoration in the UK pp. 877-889 Downloads
William Adams, Martin Perrow and Angus Carpenter
Environmental equity and electric power generation: Disparate community outcomes within Texas? pp. 891-915 Downloads
George Touche and George Rogers
Prerequisite conditions for meaningful participation in brownfields redevelopment pp. 917-935 Downloads
Laura Solitare

Volume 48, issue 5, 2005

Explaining the Performance of Mature Municipal Solid Waste Recycling Programs pp. 627-650 Downloads
Jean Peretz, Bruce Tonn and David Folz
Economic Failures in French Recreational Fishing Management pp. 651-664 Downloads
Philippe Le Goffe and Julien Salanié
Regional Industries and Environmental Impacts. Long-run Regional Economic Effects of Climate Change: The Case of the Coastal and Estuary Zone of the German Northwest pp. 665-690 Downloads
Wolfram Elsner
Use of Ecological Risk Data in the Development of Visions, Conceptual Site Models and Maps for Department of Energy Lands: Ensuring Sustainability of Protecting Human and Ecological Health pp. 691-707 Downloads
Joanna Burger
Community-based Environmental Planning: Operational Dilemmas, Planning Principles and Possible Remedies pp. 709-731 Downloads
Marcus Lane and Geoff McDonald
Environmental Protection as a US National Government Priority: Analysis of Six Annual Public Opinion Surveys, 1999 - 2004 pp. 733-746 Downloads
Michael Greenberg
'Short Cut' Techniques to Incorporate Environmental Considerations into Project Appraisal: An Exploration Using Case Studies pp. 747-770 Downloads
Duncan Knowler
Is Democracy Good for the Environment? pp. 771-783 Downloads
Margrethe Winslow

Volume 48, issue 4, 2005

From Forest Regulation to Participatory Facilitation: Forest Employee Perspectives on Organizational Change and Transformation in India pp. 475-490 Downloads
Jagannadha Rao Matta, John Kerr and Kimberly Chung
Collaborative Watershed Planning in Washington State: Implementing the Watershed Planning Act pp. 491-506 Downloads
Clare Ryan and Jacqueline Klug
Integrating Land-use Planning and Transportation in Belfast: A New Policy Agenda for Sustainable Development? pp. 507-526 Downloads
Malachy McEldowney, Tim Ryley, Mark Scott and Austin Smyth
Metapopulations in Agricultural Landscapes: A Spatially Explicit Trade-off Analysis pp. 527-547 Downloads
Rolf Groeneveld, Carla Grashof-Bokdam and Ekko van Ierland
Procedural Integration in Support of Environmental Policy Objectives: Implementing Sustainability pp. 549-569 Downloads
Elizabeth Keysar
National and Regional-Level Human-Environment (Ecosystems) Interactions: Some Empirical Evidence from China pp. 571-592 Downloads
Hua Shi, Ashbindu Singh and Shashi Kant
Encouraging 'Environmental Action' by Exhortation: Evidence from a Study in Devon pp. 593-618 Downloads
Andrew Gilg and Stewart Barr

Volume 48, issue 3, 2005

Afforestation Planning and Biodiversity Conservation: Predicting Effects on Habitat Functionality in Lithuania pp. 331-348 Downloads
Marius Lazdinis, Jean-Michel Roberge, Petras Kurlavicius, Gintautas Mozgeris and Per Angelstam
Discretionary Judgement in Local Planning Authority Decision Making: Screening Development Proposals for Environmental Impact Assessment pp. 349-371 Downloads
Graham Wood and Julia Becker
Innovation and Environmental Voluntary Approaches pp. 373-392 Downloads
James Cunningham and J Peter Clinch
EIA as Regulation: Does it Work? pp. 393-412 Downloads
Per Christensen, Lone Kørnøv and Eskild Holm Nielsen
The Ythan Project: A Case Study on Improving Catchment Management through Community Involvement pp. 413-429 Downloads
Ct Morris and Rm Morris
A Critical Review of Citizens' Juries: How Useful are they in Facilitating Public Participation in the EU Water Framework Directive? pp. 431-443 Downloads
Wendy Kenyon
Social and Environmental Justice in South African Cities: Including 'Invisible Stakeholders' in Environmental Assessment Procedures pp. 445-467 Downloads
Dianne Scott and Catherine Oelofse

Volume 48, issue 2, 2005

Information and Willingness to Pay in a Contingent Valuation Study: The Value of S. Erasmo in the Lagoon of Venice pp. 155-175 Downloads
Anna Alberini, Paolo Rosato, Alberto Longo and Valentina Zanatta
Striking the Balance Between Environment and Economy in Coastal North Carolina pp. 177-207 Downloads
Richard Norton
Environmental Reform, Ecological Modernization and the Policy Process in Hong Kong: An Exploratory Study of Stakeholder Perspectives pp. 209-240 Downloads
Peter Hills
Imputing Unknown Market Values: A Different Perspective on the Disparity Between WTP and WTA pp. 241-256 Downloads
Akinori Tomohara
Exploring Values, Context and Perceptions in Contingent Valuation Studies: The CV Market Stall Technique and Willingness to Pay for Wildlife Conservation pp. 257-274 Downloads
Lorna Philip and Douglas MacMillan
Pollution and Waste Production in Home-Based Enterprises in Developing Countries: Perceptions and Realities pp. 275-299 Downloads
Graham Tipple
Tragedy of the Temporal Commons: Soil-Bound Lead and the Anachronicity of Risk pp. 301-320 Downloads
Raul Lejano and Jonathon Ericson

Volume 48, issue 1, 2005

The Challenge of Multi-functional Land Use in Rural Areas pp. 3-6 Downloads
Martin Dijst, Berien Elbersen and Ken Willis
Containing Urban Sprawl: Trends in Land Use and Spatial Planning in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona pp. 7-35 Downloads
Valeria Paul and Matthew Tonts
Combining Nature Conservation and Residential Development in the Netherlands, England and Spain pp. 37-63 Downloads
Berien Elbersen
Territorial Recognition and Control of Changes in Dynamic Rural Areas: Analysis of the Naturbanization Process in Andalusia, Spain pp. 65-83 Downloads
Maria-Jose Prados
Agricultural Abandonment in the North Eastern Iberian Peninsula: The Use of Basic Landscape Metrics to Support Planning pp. 85-102 Downloads
Isabel Bielsa, Xavier Pons and Bob Bunce
Can Red Pay for Blue? Methods to Estimate the Added Value of Water in Residential Environments pp. 103-120 Downloads
Roland Goetgeluk, Tom Kauko and Hugo Priemus
Evaluating Spatial Design Techniques for Solving Land-use Allocation Problems pp. 121-142 Downloads
Jeroen Aerts, Marjan Van Herwijnen, Ron Janssen and Theodor Stewart

Volume 47, issue 6, 2004

Spatial prioritization of revegetation sites for dryland salinity management: an analytical framework using GIS pp. 811-825 Downloads
Armando Apan, Steven Raine, Andrew Le Brocque and Geoff Cockfield
An approach to the acoustic design of outdoor space pp. 827-842 Downloads
A. L. Brown and Andreas Muhar
Regional planning and sustainability: limits and potentials of South Africa's integrated development plans pp. 843-861 Downloads
Alison Todes
Valuation of management policies for sport-fishing on Sweden's Kaitum river pp. 863-879 Downloads
Anton Paulrud and Thomas Laitila
Towards a socio-economic analysis of Scotland's coastal areas pp. 881-898 Downloads
Adam Barker and Philip Allmendinger
Environmental capital: an information core to public participation in strategic and operational decisions—the example of river 'Best Practice' projects pp. 899-920 Downloads
Malcolm Newson and Liz Chalk
Value-oriented impact assessment: the economics of a new approach to impact assessment pp. 921-941 Downloads
Frank Figge and Tobias Hahn
Bacterial sources, pathways and management strategies for urban runoff pp. 943-958 Downloads
John Bryan Ellis

Volume 47, issue 5, 2004

Theoretical disputes over forest nitrogen fertilization pp. 651-665 Downloads
Michelle Benyamine, Rolf Lidskog and Per Sanden
Visual impact assessment: A neglected component of environmental impact statements in Ireland? pp. 667-684 Downloads
Paddy Prendergast and Krysia Rybaczuk
The firm, environmental management and environmental measures: Lessons from a survey of European manufacturing firms pp. 685-707 Downloads
Nick Johnstone, Pascale Scapecchi, Bjarne Ytterhus and Rolf Wolff
Conservation planning at the landscape scale: A landscape ecology method for regional land trusts pp. 709-736 Downloads
Jonathan Kazmierski, Megan Kram, Elizabeth Mills, David Phemister, Nicholas Reo, Christopher Riggs, Ryan Tefertiller and Donna Erickson
Nitrogen input from residential lawn care practices in suburban watersheds in Baltimore county, MD pp. 737-755 Downloads
Neely Law, Lawrence Band and Morgan Grove
Cost-benefit ratio and empirical examination of the acceptance of heathland maintenance in the Lueneburg heath nature reserve pp. 757-771 Downloads
Jan Muller
The use of a multiple criteria decision analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of landscape and habitat enhancement mechanisms: An example from the South Downs pp. 773-793 Downloads
J. R. Park, M. J. Stabler, S. R. Mortimer, P. J. Jones, D. J. Ansell and G. P. D. Parker
Challenging the efficiency of nuisance and appreciating the margins of human rights Marcic (respondent) v. Thames Water Utilities Limited (Appellants) [2003] UKHL 66 pp. 795-798 Downloads
Francis Botchway

Volume 47, issue 4, 2004

Implications of climate change on small island developing states: experience in the Caribbean region pp. 491-501 Downloads
James London
Parkmanagement as a tool for careful industrial land-use planning pp. 503-516 Downloads
Pieter Hendrik Pellenbarg
Groundwater protection on Long Island, New York: a study in management capacity pp. 517-539 Downloads
Rob De Loë and Danielle Lukovich
The expert valuation method for assessing agro-environmental policy pp. 541-554 Downloads
Stefan Mann
What drives plan implementation? Plans, planning agencies and developers pp. 555-577 Downloads
Lucie Laurian, Maxine Day, Michael Backhurst, Philip Berke, Neil Ericksen, Jan Crawford, Jenny Dixon and Sarah Chapman
The greening of brownfields in American cities pp. 579-600 Downloads
Christopher De Sousa
Informing the development of decision support tools for risk management: the case of electrical and magnetic fields pp. 601-621 Downloads
Isaac Luginaah, John Eyles and Susan Elliott
A knowledge map for describing variegated and conflict domains of sustainable development pp. 623-642 Downloads
Yosef Jabareen

Volume 47, issue 3, 2004

Transboundary resource management in the EU: transnational welfare maximization and transboundary water sharing on the Iberian peninsula? pp. 331-350 Downloads
Andreas Thiel
A comparative analysis of the psychosocial impacts of waste disposal facilities pp. 351-363 Downloads
Susan Elliott, Sarah Wakefield, Martin Taylor, James Dunn, Stephen Walter, Aleck Ostry and Clyde Hertzman
Community participation in the planning and management of cultural landscapes pp. 365-392 Downloads
Paul Selman
Tracking remediation and redevelopment trends of brownfield clean-up programmes: the Cook County experience pp. 393-405 Downloads
Kimberly Winson-Geideman, Robert Simons and John Pendergrass
The challenges and implications of collaborative management on a river basin scale pp. 409-429 Downloads
Richard Margerum and Debra Whitall
Sharing environmental space: the role of law, economics and politics pp. 429-447 Downloads
Ton Buhrs
SME environmental attitudes and participation in local-scale voluntary initiatives: some practical applications pp. 449-473 Downloads
Michael Peters and Kerry Turner

Volume 47, issue 2, 2004

Mandatory planning for environmental innovation: evaluating regulatory mechanisms for toxics use reduction pp. 181-200 Downloads
Dara O'Rourke and Eungkyoon Lee
An island approach to industrial ecology: towards sustainability in the island context pp. 201-217 Downloads
P. J. Deschenes and Marian Chertow
New national parks for Scotland: coalitions in conflict over the allocation of planning powers in the Cairngorms pp. 219-242 Downloads
David Illsley and Tim Richardson
Guidance for determining the best disposition of large tracts of decommissioned land pp. 243-268 Downloads
Mary Anne Carletta, Karen Lowrie, Tyler Miller, Michael Greenberg and Joanna Burger
Sustainability appraisal in local land-use planning: patterns of current performance pp. 269-286 Downloads
David Benson and Andrew Jordan
Putting action into biodiversity planning: assessing preferences towards funding pp. 287-301 Downloads
Neil Powe, William Wadsworth, Guy Garrod and Paul Mcmahon
Policy and Practice pp. 303-311 Downloads
Habib Alshuwaikhat and Yusuf Aina
EIA in a risk society pp. 313-325 Downloads
Joe Weston

Volume 47, issue 1, 2004

Exclusion: the necessary difference between ideal and practical consensus pp. 3-17 Downloads
Stephen Connelly and Tim Richardson
Utility of interactive computer-based materials for enhancing public participation pp. 19-33 Downloads
Maria Manta Conroy and Steven Gordon
Urban structure matters, even in a small town pp. 35-57 Downloads
Petter NÆss and Ole Jensen
The role of collaboration in environmental management: an evaluation of land and resource planning in British Columbia pp. 59-82 Downloads
Tanis Frame, Thomas Gunton and J. C. Day
A hedonic model of public market transactions for open space protection pp. 83-96 Downloads
John Loomis, Vicki Rameker and Andrew Seidl
The use of residential water consumption as an urban planning tool: a pilot study in Adelaide pp. 97-114 Downloads
Patrick Troy and Darren Holloway
The institutional complexity of environmental policy and planning problems: the example of Mediterranean desertification pp. 115-135 Downloads
Helen Briassoulis
Assessing the price effects of flood hazard disclosure under the California natural hazard disclosure law (AB 1195) pp. 137-162 Downloads
Austin Troy and Jeff Romm
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