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The Routledge Companion to Environmental Planning

Edited by: Simin Davoudi , Richard Cowell , Iain White , Hilda Blanco

Print publication date:  August  2019
Online publication date:  July  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138894808
eBook ISBN: 9781315179780
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315179780
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This Companion presents a distinctive approach to environmental planning by: situating the debate in its social, cultural, political and institutional context; being attentive to depth and breadth of discussions; providing up-to-date accounts of the contemporary practices in environmental planning and their changes over time; adopting multiple theoretical and analytical lenses and different disciplinary approaches; and drawing on knowledge and expertise of a wide range of leading international scholars from across the social science disciplines and beyond.

It aims to provide critical reviews of the state-of-the-art theoretical and practical approaches as well as empirical knowledge and understandings of environmental planning; encourage dialogue across disciplines and national policy contexts about a wide range of environmental planning themes; and, engage with and reflect on politics, policies, practices and decision-making tools in environmental planning. The Companion provides a deeper understanding of the interdependencies between the themes in the four parts of the book (Understanding ?the environment?, Environmental governance, Critical environmental pressures and responses, and Methods and approaches to environmental planning) and its 37 chapters. It presents critical perspectives on the role of meanings, values, governance, approaches and participations in environmental planning. Situating environmental planning debates in the wider ecological, political, ethical, institutional, social and cultural debates, it aims to shine light on some of the critical journeys that we have traversed and those that we are yet to navigate and their implications for environmental planning research and practice.

The Companion provides a reference point mapping out the terrain of environmental planning in an international and multidisciplinary context. The depth and breadth of discussions by leading international scholars make it relevant to and useful for those who are curious about, wish to learn more, want to make sense of, and care for the environment within the field of environmental planning and beyond.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Perspectives on the nature of environmental planning Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Discourses and meanings of ‘the environment’ Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Visionary idealism in environmental planning Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Sustainable development Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Ecological modernisation Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Anthropocene Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Understanding risk in environmental planning Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Complexity, uncertainty and resilience Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Environmental justice and fairness Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Planning in and for a post-growth and post-carbon economy Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Enhancing anticipatory governance Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Knowledge, expertise and trust Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Grassroots and environmental NGOs Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Sustainable behaviour and environmental practices Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Green citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Intermediaries and networks Download PDF
Chapter  17:  A more-than-human approach to environmental planning Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Cities leading Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Anthropocene communications Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Climate Resilient Land Governance in the Global South Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Planning and disaster risk reduction Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Planning, infrastructure and low carbon energy Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Waste and management of environmental resources Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Biodiversity, ecosystem services and environmental planning  Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Grasping green infrastructure Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Marine planning and coastal management Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Transport and air pollution Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Addressing sustainability issues through land use regulation and zoning Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Indicator-based approaches to environmental planning  Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Metabolic impact assessment Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Urban metabolic impact assessment Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Application of Life Cycle Assessment in buildings Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Environmental economics and cost–benefit analysis Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Natural capital and ecosystem services valuation Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Suitability analysis Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Mainstreaming the environment in planning policy and decision making  Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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