MANAGING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

By (author)CARLEY & CHRIST

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Offering guidelines on the achievement of global sustainable development, this study focuses on the institutional arrangements necessary to cope with the complexity of ecological problems and the ways in which they interact with society. The authors describe a new form of environmental management which links the different levels of government and business together in action-centred networks. These have been shown to work in a range of contexts, dealing with changing circumstances. The text can either be used as a practical guide for those achieving sustainable development, or as a course textbook on development studies.
ISBN: 1853834459
Publisher: VIVA BOOKS

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1853834459

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2005

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322

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Michael Carley is a Professor of Planning and Housing at the Centre for Environment and Human Settlements, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland. His most recent books include Sharing the World: Sustainable Living and Global Equity in the 21st Century and Urban Development and Civil Society.Lan Christie is associate director of the London-based consultancy The Local Futures Group, and senior research associate with the think-tank Demos. His recent books include Sustaining Europe.

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