|Integrating Scientific Information, Stakeholder Interests, and Political Concerns in Resource and Environmental Planning and Management
|Year of Publication
|Susskind, L, Field, P, van der Wansem, M, Hanna, K, Slocombe, S
|Integrated Resource and Environmental Management: Concepts and Practice
|Oxford University Press
The aim of this volume is to provide a coherent set of chapters that address major issues in resource and environmental management. The book has a North American focus with significant, but not exclusive Canadian Content. 'Integration' is the organizing theme of the volume. Integration as a concept (meaning variously integration across disciplines, across agencies, and across sectors) has been a key theme in the policy and management rhetoric of virtually every agency in North America and abroad for more than 30 years. As one of the dominant themes of the discipline, integration has been addressed both as a component and as the main focus of a variety of texts for this course. However, there is nothing on the market at the moment that is both up-to-date and North American in approach.