Collaborative Planning for Wetlands and Wildlife: Issues And Examples (Google eBook)
Douglas R. Porter, David Salvesen
Island Press, Mar 19, 2013 - Architecture - 303 pages
Collaborative Planning for Wetlands and Wildlife presents numerous case studies that demonstrate how different communities have creatively reconciled problems between developers and environmentalists. It answers questions asked by regulators, environmentalists, and developers who seek practical alternatives to the existing case-by-case permitting process, and offers valuable lessons from past and ongoing areawide planning efforts.
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