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Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

1997 - 2022

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Volume 57, issue 12, 2014

Factors explaining the adoption and impact of LEED-based green building policies at the municipal level pp. 1763-1781 Downloads
Julie Cidell and Miriam A. Cope
Social science and socialising: adopting causal layered analysis to reveal multi-stakeholder perceptions of natural resource management in Australia pp. 1782-1801 Downloads
Melissa Green and Peta Dzidic
Evaluating the Australian Defence Force stakeholder participation at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, Queensland, Australia pp. 1802-1830 Downloads
Wen Wu, Xiao Hua Wang and David Paull
Evaluating mitigation and calibration techniques for hypothetical bias in choice experiments pp. 1831-1848 Downloads
Craig D. Broadbent
Green Rural Enterprises: guidelines for empowering local groups towards sustainable ventures pp. 1849-1871 Downloads
Adi Lazos-Ru�z, Patricia Moreno-Casasola and Eduardo Galante
The logics of surplus food redistribution pp. 1872-1892 Downloads
Jane L. Midgley

Volume 57, issue 11, 2014

Sectorial variation in the quality of environmental impact statements and factors influencing the quality pp. 1595-1611 Downloads
S.M.Zobaidul Kabir and Salim Momtaz
Investigating the factors affecting companies' attitudes towards CSR and CER during the fiscal crisis in Greece pp. 1612-1641 Downloads
Evangelos Glavopoulos, Sotirios Bersimis, Dimitrios Georgakellos and Michael Sfakianakis
Shifting nature conservation approaches in Natura 2000 and the implications for the roles of stakeholders pp. 1642-1657 Downloads
Francesca Ferranti, Esther Turnhout, Raoul Beunen and Jelle Hendrik Behagel
Knowledge integration in the management of coastal conflicts in urban areas: two cases from Sweden pp. 1658-1682 Downloads
Olga Stepanova
Planning and competing interests: testing the mediating influence of planning capacity on smart growth policy adoption pp. 1683-1703 Downloads
Christopher V. Hawkins
The role of an integrated coastal management framework in the long-term restoration of Yundang Lagoon, Xiamen, China pp. 1704-1723 Downloads
Guanqiong Ye, Loke Ming Chou and Wenjia Hu
Management of natural resources in a conflicting environment in Ghana: unmasking a messy policy problem pp. 1724-1745 Downloads
Frederick A. Armah, Isaac Luginaah, Genesis T. Yengoh, Joseph Taabazuing and David O. Yawson
Scale sensitivity and question order in the contingent valuation method pp. 1746-1761 Downloads
Henrik Andersson and Mikael Svensson

Volume 57, issue 10, 2014

Assessing sense of place in natural settings: a mixed-method approach pp. 1441-1464 Downloads
Chia-Chin Lin and Michael Lockwood
Driving construction contractors to adopt carbon reduction strategies - an Australian approach pp. 1465-1483 Downloads
Peter S. P. Wong, Adam Owczarek, Matthew Murison, Zennan Kefalianos and Joseph Spinozzi
Contextualising site factors for feasibility analysis pp. 1484-1496 Downloads
Russell R. Currie, Franz Wesley and Gurupdesh Pandher
Dynamics of lake-level fluctuations and economic activity pp. 1497-1514 Downloads
George Oliver Rogers, Jesse Saginor and Theepakorn Jithitikulchai
Investigating the use of environmental benefits in the policy decision process: a qualitative study focusing on the EU water policy pp. 1515-1530 Downloads
T. Thaler, B. Boteler, T. Dworak, S. Holen and M. Lago
Public sector voluntary initiatives: the adoption of the environmental management system by public waste water treatment facilities in the United States pp. 1531-1551 Downloads
Wan-Ling Huang, Eric W. Welch and Elizabeth A. Corley
Infiltrating into the paved garden - a functional evaluation of parcel imperviousness in terms of water retention efficiency pp. 1552-1571 Downloads
Klaartje Verbeeck, Robrecht Van Rompuy, Martin Hermy and Jos Van Orshoven
Social learning in collaborative watershed planning: the importance of process control and efficacy pp. 1572-1593 Downloads
Tomas M. Koontz

Volume 57, issue 9, 2014

The risk of social-psychological disruption as an impact of energy development and environmental change pp. 1285-1304 Downloads
Jeffrey B. Jacquet and Richard C. Stedman
Water tradable permits: a review of theoretical and case studies pp. 1305-1332 Downloads
Simone Borghesi
Strategic Environmental Assessment and spatial planning in Italy: sustainability, integration and democracy pp. 1333-1358 Downloads
Carlo Rega and Alessandro Bonifazi
Stakeholder analysis in a protected natural park: case study from Slovenia pp. 1359-1380 Downloads
Mojca Nastran
Evaluating environmental policy instruments mixes; a methodology illustrated by noise policy in the Netherlands pp. 1381-1397 Downloads
Miriam Weber, Peter P.J. Driessen and Hens A.C. Runhaar
Assessing the relationship between objective and subjective indicators of residential exposure to road traffic noise in the context of environmental justice pp. 1398-1421 Downloads
Natalie Riedel, Joachim Scheiner, Grit M�ller and Heike K�ckler
Public participation in environmental impact assessment for public projects: a case of non-participation pp. 1422-1440 Downloads
Cheryl S.F. Chi, Jianhua Xu and Lan Xue

Volume 57, issue 8, 2014

Governing the ice. Ice fishing villages on Lake Mille Lacs and the creation of environmental governance institutions pp. 1122-1144 Downloads
Kristof Van Assche, Johannes Van Biesebroeck and Jeff Holm
The role of environmental management systems in the Canadian Voluntary Climate and Challenge Registry pp. 1145-1168 Downloads
Keith Brouhle and Donna Ramirez Harrington
Long-term evolution of campus noise emissions: a case of new university development pp. 1169-1182 Downloads
Hsin-Yun Lee
Co-management and the creation of national parks in Indonesia: positive lessons learned from the Togean Islands National Park pp. 1183-1199 Downloads
Mochamad Indrawan, Celia Lowe, Sundjaya, Christo Hutabarat and Aubrey Black
Heterogeneity in the WTP for recreational access: distributional aspects pp. 1200-1219 Downloads
Danny Campbell, Suzanne Elizabeth Vedel, Bo Thorsen and Jette Bredahl Jacobsen
Understanding SME responses to environmental regulation pp. 1220-1239 Downloads
Gary Lynch-Wood and David Williamson
Pricing mechanisms for cap and trade policies: computer-assisted smart markets for air quality pp. 1240-1251 Downloads
Keith Willett, Anetta Caplanova and Rudolf Sivak
Examining the impact of land use/land cover characteristics on flood losses pp. 1252-1265 Downloads
Samuel Brody, Russell Blessing, Antonia Sebastian and Philip Bedient
Co-managing carbon and air quality: pros and cons of local sustainability initiatives pp. 1266-1283 Downloads
Abhishek Tiwary, Tim Chatterton and Anil Namdeo

Volume 57, issue 7, 2014

Measuring and managing ecosystem goods and services in changing landscapes: a south-east Australian perspective pp. 961-983 Downloads
Himlal Baral, Rodney J. Keenan, Nigel E. Stork and Sabine Kasel
Incorporating climate change adaptation into local plans pp. 984-1002 Downloads
Ian M. Picketts, Stephen J. D�ry and John A. Curry
Implementing new EU environmental law: the short life of the UK Site Waste Management Plan Regulations pp. 1003-1022 Downloads
David Shiers, Joe Weston, Elizabeth Wilson, John Glasson and Laura Deller
"Learning is our Achilles heel". Conditions for long-term environmental policy integration in Swedish regional development programming pp. 1023-1042 Downloads
Sofie Storbj�rk and Karolina Isaksson
Redeveloping industrial land: are contamination and remediation schemes affecting the price of industrial real estate properties? pp. 1043-1065 Downloads
Stefania Tonin and Margherita Turvani
Land use consequences of the evolution of cemeteries in the Bucharest Metropolitan Area pp. 1066-1082 Downloads
Mihai Răzvan Niţă, Ioan Cristian Iojă, Laurentiu Rozylowicz, Diana Andreea Onose and Alina Constantina Tudor
Assessing effects of site characteristics on remediation secondary life cycle impact with a generalised framework pp. 1083-1100 Downloads
Deyi Hou, Abir Al-Tabbaa and Jian Luo
Combining life cycle analysis, human health and financial risk assessment for the evaluation of contaminated site remediation pp. 1101-1121 Downloads
Val�rie Cappuyns and Bram Kessen

Volume 57, issue 6, 2014

The environmental cost of overhead power transmission lines: the case of Korea pp. 812-828 Downloads
Hee-Cheon Ju and Seung-Hoon Yoo
Valuing US climate amenities for Americans using an hedonic pricing framework pp. 829-847 Downloads
Bishwa Koirala and Alok Bohara
The spatial pattern of soil sealing along the urban-rural gradient in a Mediterranean region pp. 848-861 Downloads
Luca Salvati
Lots of value? A spatial hedonic approach to water quality valuation pp. 862-882 Downloads
Janne Artell
Modelling US light pollution pp. 883-903 Downloads
Reed N. Olsen, Terrel Gallaway and David Mitchell
Linking resilience and sustainability in Ohio township planning pp. 904-919 Downloads
Hee-Jung Jun and Maria Manta Conroy
Mapping areas of future urban growth in the Mgeni catchment pp. 920-936 Downloads
Benjamin Alan Mauck and Michele Warburton
How are public transaction costs in regional agri-environmental scheme delivery influenced by EU regulations? pp. 937-959 Downloads
Anja Weber

Volume 57, issue 5, 2014

Integrating knowledge, interests and values through modelling in participatory processes: dimensions of legitimacy pp. 643-659 Downloads
Clare Ginger
Air quality action planning: why do barriers to remediation in local air quality management remain? pp. 660-681 Downloads
Joanna H. Barnes, Enda T. Hayes, Tim J. Chatterton and James W.S. Longhurst
Learning from cross-border arrangements to support climate change adaptation in Australia pp. 682-703 Downloads
Wendy Steele, Ilva Sporne, Pat Dale, Scott Shearer, Lila Singh-Peterson, Silvia Serrao-Neumann, Florence Crick, Darryl Low Choy and Leila Eslami-Andargoli
Rethinking agri-environmental schemes. A result-oriented approach to the management of species-rich grasslands in France pp. 704-719 Downloads
Christine de Sainte Marie
Back and forward to the future: an explorative study of public responses to urban groundwater contamination pp. 720-732 Downloads
Frederic Vandermoere and Raf Vanderstraeten
Financing conservation: some empirical evidence from Florida local governments pp. 733-750 Downloads
XiaoHu Wang and Evan Berman
Economic and environmental effects of CO 2 taxation: an input-output analysis for Spain pp. 751-768 Downloads
Eskinder Demisse Gemechu, Isabela Butnar, Maria Llop and Francesc Castells
Attitudes towards environmental responsibility within Australia and India: a comparative study pp. 769-791 Downloads
Asit Bhattacharyya and Lorne Cummings
Do planners matter? Examining factors driving incorporation of land use approaches into hazard mitigation plans pp. 792-811 Downloads
Lindsey Ward Lyles, Philip Berke and Gavin Smith

Volume 57, issue 4, 2014

An approach for evaluation of proposed air pollution control strategy to reduce levels of nitrogen oxides in an urban environment pp. 467-494 Downloads
Sailesh N. Behera, Mukesh Sharma, Pranati Nayak, Sheo Prasad Shukla and Prashant Gargava
Dynamics of peri-urban agricultural development and farmers' adaptive behaviour in the emerging megacity of Hyderabad, India pp. 495-515 Downloads
Zakir Hussain and Markus Hanisch
Incorporating groundwater issues into regional planning in the Province of Quebec pp. 516-537 Downloads
Roxane Lavoie, Florent Joerin and Manuel J. Rodriguez
Development of an environmental justice index to determine socio-economic disparities of noise pollution and green space in residential areas in Berlin pp. 538-556 Downloads
Tobia Lakes, Maria Br�ckner and Alexander Kr�mer
Are we planning effectively for climate change? An evaluation of official community plans in British Columbia pp. 557-587 Downloads
Maggie Baynham and Mark Stevens
Water scarcity in the desert metropolis: how environmental values, knowledge and concern affect Las Vegas residents' support for water conservation policy pp. 588-611 Downloads
Marko Salvaggio, Robert Futrell, Christie D. Batson and Barbara G. Brents
Political decision making, governance shifts and Scottish animal reintroductions: are democratic principles at stake? pp. 612-628 Downloads
Koen Arts, Anke Fischer and Ren� van der Wal
Measuring the economic values of natural resources along a freeway: a contingent valuation method pp. 629-641 Downloads
Rokhshad Hejazi, Mad Nasir Shamsudin, Khalid Abd. Rahim, Alias Radam, Saeed Yazdani, Zelina Zaitun Ibrahim, Mohammad Hassan Vakilpoor and Elmira Shamshiry

Volume 57, issue 3, 2014

A critique of the European Green City Index pp. 317-328 Downloads
G. Venkatesh
Identifying capacity indicators for community-based natural resource management initiatives: focus group results from conservation practitioners across Illinois pp. 329-348 Downloads
Natalie J. Mountjoy, Erin Seekamp, Mae A. Davenport and Matt R. Whiles
Why do forest companies change their CSR strategies? Responses to market demands and public regulation through dual-certification pp. 349-368 Downloads
Johanna Johansson
Wastewater management in Ethiopian higher learning institutions: functionality, sustainability and policy context pp. 369-383 Downloads
Alemayehu Haddis, Adriaan de Geyter, Ilse Smets and Bart Van der Bruggen
Revisiting the knowledge exchange train: scaling up dialogue and partnering for participatory regional planning pp. 384-402 Downloads
Elsa R.H. Mendoza, Stephen G. Perz, Sonaira Souza da Silva, I. Foster Brown and Paula Soares Pinheiro
German experience in managing stormwater with green infrastructure pp. 403-423 Downloads
Darla Nickel, Wenke Schoenfelder, Dale Medearis, David P. Dolowitz, Melissa Keeley and William Shuster
Environmental justice in France? A spatio-temporal analysis of incinerator location pp. 424-446 Downloads
Lucie Laurian and Richard Funderburg
Assessing China's discriminative tax on Clean Development Mechanism projects. Does China's tax have so many functions? pp. 447-466 Downloads
Jinshan Zhu

Volume 57, issue 2, 2014

Team leaders' perceptions of public influence in the US Forest Service: exploring the difference between doing and using public involvement pp. 157-172 Downloads
Katie Hoover and Marc J. Stern
Constraints to public influence in US Forest Service NEPA processes pp. 173-189 Downloads
Katie Hoover and Marc J. Stern
Which 'public'? Sampling effects in public participation GIS (PPGIS) and volunteered geographic information (VGI) systems for public lands management pp. 190-214 Downloads
Gregory Brown, Maggi Kelly and Debra Whitall
Social preferences for agricultural policy instruments: joint consideration of non-attendance to attributes and to alternatives in modelling discrete choice data pp. 215-232 Downloads
Sergio Colombo and Klaus Glenk
Employing the citizens' jury technique to elicit reasoned public judgments about environmental risk: insights from an inquiry into the governance of microbial water pollution pp. 233-253 Downloads
Rob D. Fish, Michael Winter, David M. Oliver, Dave R. Chadwick, Chris J. Hodgson and A. Louise Heathwaite
The impact of economic recession on outdoor recreation demand: an application of the travel cost method in Greece pp. 254-272 Downloads
Dionysis Latinopoulos
Ecological compensation for natural resource utilisation in China pp. 273-296 Downloads
I-Shin Chang, Jing Wu, Yanxia Yang, Mingmin Shi and Xiaochun Li
Legality and legitimacy of public involvement in infrastructure planning: observations from hydropower projects in India pp. 297-315 Downloads
Nirmalya Choudhury

Volume 57, issue 1, 2014

Community resilience: path dependency, lock-in effects and transitional ruptures pp. 1-26 Downloads
Geoff A. Wilson
Proactive conservancy in a contested milieu: from social mobilisation to community-led resource management in the Simeto Valley pp. 27-49 Downloads
Laura Saija
Dealing with land use decisions in uncertain contexts: a method to support Strategic Environmental Assessment of spatial plans pp. 50-77 Downloads
Chiara Bragagnolo and Davide Geneletti
An application of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) as a green marketing tool for agricultural products: the case of extra-virgin olive oil in Val di Cornia, Italy pp. 78-103 Downloads
Fabio Iraldo, Francesco Testa and Irene Bartolozzi
Australian irrigators' recognition of the need for more environmental water flows and intentions to donate water allocations pp. 104-122 Downloads
Sarah Wheeler, Alec Zuo and Henning Bjornlund
Detailed vs. fuzzy information in non-market valuation studies: the role of familiarity pp. 123-143 Downloads
Linus Hasselstr�m and Cecilia H�kansson
Six attributes of social resilience pp. 144-156 Downloads
Kirsten Maclean, Michael Cuthill and Helen Ross
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