Managing and Planning Ecologically Sound Places
- Paul Selman - University of Sheffield, UK
The book features an integrated and systematic treatment of the theories and actions associated with local sustainability. The author combines practical approaches with theoretical concepts and analytical methods.
No technical background knowledge is needed, and this book should be easily understood by anyone with a general appreciation of the environmental debate.
" Selman has researched the topic very thoroughly and has struggled through the complexities with great skill and given us the information to help our own thinking evolve."
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION RESEARCH
" Paul Selman's contribution to the emerging literature on the local dimension of sustainable development is to be welcomed for its straightforward and lucid treatment of the subject."
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
" This text is a welcome contribution to the exploration of what can be done at a local level to protect the environment." LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES
" It is very difficult to produce a textbook, especially in such a swift moving field, and this book is a considerable achievement." LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
Some nice ideas around how local and community action can influence and be influenced by agenda 21 and other wider issues that impact individuals and communities.