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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 40, issue 6, 1997

Using Indices in Environmental Planning: Evaluating Policies for Wellfield Protection pp. 685-704 Downloads
Greg Lindsey, Jack Wittman and Matt Rummel
A Systems Approach to Materials Flow in Sustainable Cities: A Case Study of Paper pp. 705-724 Downloads
Matthew Leach, Ausilio Bauen and Nigel Lucas
Beyond the Requirements: Improving Public Participation in EIA pp. 725-738 Downloads
Anne Shepherd and Christi Bowler
Bombs and Butterflies: A Case Study of the Challenges of Post Cold War Environmental Planning and Management for the US Nuclear Weapons Sites pp. 739-750 Downloads
Michael Greenberg, Karen Lowrie, Donald Krueckeberg, Henry Mayer and Darien Simon
A Mixed Bag: Assessmentof Market Performance and Firm Trading Behaviour in the NOx Reclaim Programme pp. 751-774 Downloads
Thomas Klier, Richard Mattoon and Michael Prager
Policy And Practice Environmental Policies in Saudi Arabia pp. 775-788 Downloads
Ahmad Al-Gilani and Seamus Filor
The Development of Environmental Action Plans: Turning Statements into Actions pp. 789-802 Downloads
David Hickie and Max Wade

Volume 40, issue 5, 1997

Sustainable Development: A Transdisciplinary Overview of the Literature pp. 549-574 Downloads
Keith Pezzoli
Sustainable Development Literature: A TransdisciplinaryBibliography pp. 575-602 Downloads
Keith Pezzoli
Planning under a Co-operative Mandate: New Plans for New Zealand pp. 603-614 Downloads
Jennifer Dixon, Neil Ericksen, Janet Crawford and Philip Berke
Greening the Fife Economy: Ecological Modernization as a Pathway for Local Economic Development pp. 615-630 Downloads
Tony Jackson and Peter Roberts
Community Attempts at Sustainable Development through Corporate Accountability pp. 631-644 Downloads
Michael Heiman
Local Authority/AcademicCollaboration and Local Agenda 21 Policy Processes pp. 645-660 Downloads
Ted Kitchen, David Whitney and Stephen Littlewood

Volume 40, issue 4, 1997

Water-sensitive Urban Planning: Protecting Groundwater pp. 413-434 Downloads
Naomi Carmon, Uri Shamir and Sigalit Meiron-Pistiner
Brazil's Alcohol Programme: From an Attempt to Reduce Oil Dependence in the Seventies to the Green Arguments of the Nineties pp. 435-449 Downloads
Ogenis Magno Brilhante
EIA-Learning from Experience: Changes in the Quality of Environmental Impact Statements for UK Planning Projects pp. 451-464 Downloads
John Glasson, Riki Therivel, Joe Weston, Elizabeth Wilson and Richard Frost
Swiss Agricultural Policy and the Environment: An Example for the Rest of Europe to Follow? pp. 465-482 Downloads
Nigel Curry and Erwin Stucki
Fostering Volunteerism in an Environmental Stewardship Group: A Report on the Task Force to Bring Back the Don, Toronto, Canada pp. 483-505 Downloads
Betsy Donald
Alternative Control Policies for Water Quality Management: An Experimental Economics Approach pp. 507-526 Downloads
Keith Willett and Ramesh Sharda
Policy And Practice Improving EIA for Intensive Livestock Projects pp. 527-533 Downloads
Joe Weston and Peter Prenton-Jones

Volume 40, issue 3, 1997

New Zealand's Planning Revolution Five Years On: A Preliminary Assessment pp. 293-314 Downloads
B. J. Gleeson and K. J. Grundy
Preservation and Change in the Upland Landscape: The Public Benefits of Grazing Management pp. 315-334 Downloads
Craig Bullock and Jim Kay
Brazil's National Atlantic Forest Policy: A Challenge for State-level Environmental Planning. The Case of Santa Catarina, Brazil pp. 335-348 Downloads
Sandra Hodge, Maike Hering De Queiroz and Ademir Reis
Multicriteria Group Decision-making Model for Environmental Conflict Analysis in the Cape Region, Mexico pp. 349-374 Downloads
J. Malczewski, R. Moreno-Sanchez, L. A. Bojorquez-Tapia and E. Ongay-Delhumeau
Comments And Debates The Rural White Papers in Great Britain pp. 375-404 Downloads
Ian Hodge

Volume 40, issue 2, 1997

The Ecological Component of Environmental Impact Assessment: A Critical Review of British Environmental Statements pp. 157-172 Downloads
S. Thompson, J. R. Treweek and D. J. Thurling
Cosmetics or Critical Constraints? The Role of Landscape in Design Policies in English Development Plans pp. 173-198 Downloads
John Punter and Matthew Carmona
Selective Targeting in Environmentally Sensitive Areas: Implications for Farmers and the Environment pp. 199-216 Downloads
Geoff Wilson
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones and Nitrate Sensitive Areas: A Policy and Technical Analysis of Groundwater Source Protection in England and Wales pp. 217-234 Downloads
Suzie Osborn and Hadrian Cook
How Los Angeles' Air Quality Policies Benefit Minorities pp. 235-260 Downloads
Chang-Hee Christine Bae
Policy And Practice Environmental Assessmentand Planning: A Chronology of Development in England and Wales pp. 261-272 Downloads
A. J. Bond
Social and Economic Factors in the Spread of the NIMBY Syndrome against Waste Disposal Sites in Taiwan pp. 273-282 Downloads
Hung-Wen Shen and Yue-Hwa Yu

Volume 40, issue 1, 1997

Removal of Selected Urban Stormwater Constituents by an On-stream Pond pp. 5-18 Downloads
M. A. Van Buren, W. E. Watt and J. Marsalek
Questioning the Waste Hierarchy: The Case of a Region with a Low Population Density pp. 19-36 Downloads
Alan Barrett and John Lawlor
The Use of Geographic Information Systems for Resource Evaluation: A New Zealand Example pp. 37-58 Downloads
Russell Watkins, Chris Cocklin and Melinda Laituri
Dynamic Risk Perception in Two Communities: Risk Events and Changes in Perceived Risk pp. 59-80 Downloads
George Rogers
Protected Areas for the Future: Models from the Past pp. 81-110 Downloads
K. Bishop, A. Phillips and L. M. Warren
It's Good to Talk! Environmental Information and the Greening of Industry pp. 111-124 Downloads
Andrea Ross and Jeremy Rowan-Robinson
The River Valleys Project: A Participatory Approach to Integrated Catchment Planning and Management in Scotland pp. 125-142 Downloads
S. Edwards-Jones
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