Bioregional Planning: Resource Management Beyond the New Millennium
Routledge, 11 oct. 2013 - 200 pages
Presenting a pragmatic mixture of science, landscape ecology, ecosystem management, sociology, policy development and methods for transforming social and institutional cultures. Bioregional Planning: Resource Management Beyond the New Millennium is a timely and practical guide for the analysis, planning and development of bioregional projects for a sustainable future. Significantly, this book presents the strategic actions necessary to plan for, manage and adapt to Ecologically Sustainable Development with a view beyond the new millennium and towards the next.
Postgraduates, researchers and policy makers in natural resources management, land planning, sustainable agriculture, rural sciences, ecosystem management and conservation biology will find this book captures the essence of bioregional planning succinctly and makes a compelling argument for why it is a key mechanism in the development of effective governance institutions.
The Global Biosphere and Continental Ecoregions
Bioregions as Biocultural Landscapes
The Role of Government Private Individuals
Effecting Integration Coordination and Cooperation 71 F
Coastal and Marine Bioregions
Bioregional Networks of Protected Areas
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