Blackwell's concise encyclopedia of environmental management

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Blackwell Science, Jul 12, 1999 - Business & Economics - 165 pages
Drawing on entries from The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management, this concise reference will provide an essential quick guide for those working in the field of environmental management: consultants, planners, environmental advisors in industry, and students.

Approximately 1500 key terms are defined in language that can easily be understood by the non-expert. Key acronyms, socio/economic terms, and scientific terms are all discussed.

  • Over 1500 key terms
  • Avoids technical jargon
  • Includes key acronyms

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University of Sheffield, UK.

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