Significance in Environmental Project Planning: Resource Document

Significance in Environmental Project Planning: Resource Document

by Amy Doll, Kenneth I. Rubin
     
 

Resource significance is one of the metrics used in the decision making process of selecting environmental projects for implementation. The theory being that the more significant resources will be carried into the implementation phase of project planning. This report identifies references for identifying the sources of significance. It provides guidance on how to… See more details below

Overview

Resource significance is one of the metrics used in the decision making process of selecting environmental projects for implementation. The theory being that the more significant resources will be carried into the implementation phase of project planning. This report identifies references for identifying the sources of significance. It provides guidance on how to identify significance based on existing programs, organization processes, & readily available products that can assist in determining institutional significance. It was developed to plan & evaluate environmental restoration projects.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780788145438
Publisher:
DIANE Publishing Company
Publication date:
09/01/1997
Pages:
84

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