Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
J Environ Plann Manag
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 0964-0568. ISSN (electronic): 1360-0559.
2001 is the journal's tenth year since re-launch. It has already established itself as a leading forum for up-to-date scholarly but accessible papers on all aspects of environmental planning and management. With contributions from leading international authors, the Journal publishes influential, high quality papers -an essential feature whether you are a subscriber, reader, contributor or all three. The Editors and International Editorial Advisory Board are drawn from around the world and are committed to encouraging researchers and practitioners to contribute to multidisciplinary and international debate in the field. The central aim is to focus on the integrated planning and management of the environment. Papers published encompass applied research, the application of new approaches and techniques, and the evaluation of policy and practice. The Editors are also pleased to consider short reports, speculations and commentaries on any aspect of environmental planning and management. Contributions from integrated and cross-disciplinary research teams and from policy makers and practitioners are especially welcome. Specific topics covered include: environmental policy and legislation sustainability, environmental change and environmental quality environmental planning natural resource planning and management environmental and strategic impact assessment, project appraisal and auditing environmental management environmental economics, valuation and natural resource accounting command and control and market-based instruments for environmental management innovations in policy and in practice international and cross-disciplinary practice and integration The journal's focus on research findings, policy analyses and practical management experiences provides a wide range of information, and makes it essential reading for researchers and other specialists confronted with practical, technical, social and political problems in the planning and management of the environment. Occasional Special Issues provide in-depth treatment of contemporary issues or research areas, and there is an extensive Book Review Section.
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