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Edward P. WeberO'Leary et al. have produced one of those 'must-have-it-on-my-shelf' books...[Managing for the Environment]creates a single comprehensive and readily understandable source of environmental management information for managers who are not specialists in the field, and [provides] environmental management specialists with a reasonably coherent, integrated, and multidisciplinary set of environmental principles, practices, and priorities. It offers a breadth and depth rarely found in a single volume [and] fills a serious void in the environmental management literature. It should become a mainstay in upper-division and graduate-level courses in environmental/natural resources policy and administration in short order. In fact, the value of this book is such that it should become required reading for more general, core management courses in both Masters of Public Administration and Masters in Business Administration programs.
— Natural Resources & Environmental Administration