Urban Environmental Planning: Policies, Instruments, and Methods in an International Perspective / Edition 2

Urban Environmental Planning: Policies, Instruments, and Methods in an International Perspective / Edition 2

by Gert de Roo
     
 

ISBN-10: 0754643921

ISBN-13: 9780754643920

Pub. Date: 02/28/2005

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Originally published in 1997, Urban Environmental Planning provides a groundbreaking overview of innovative methods and techniques for measuring and managing the environmental effects of urban land uses on other urban activities. Fully revised and updated, this second edition brings together a team of leading environmental planners and policy makers from the US, UK,

Overview

Originally published in 1997, Urban Environmental Planning provides a groundbreaking overview of innovative methods and techniques for measuring and managing the environmental effects of urban land uses on other urban activities. Fully revised and updated, this second edition brings together a team of leading environmental planners and policy makers from the US, UK, Europe and SE Asia to address the central questions confronting sustainable urban development. Typical questions include: How can you measure and manage the negative environmental effects of intrusive urban activities such as manufacturing and transport on sensitive land uses including residential and recreational areas? Can a balance be found between reducing these effects through means such as separating conflicting land uses? While other sources identify the need for effective programmes to improve urban environmental quality, this volume describes and assesses analytical methods and implementing programmes practised by leading communities around the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780754643920
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
02/28/2005
Series:
Urban Planning and Environment Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
310
Product dimensions:
9.30(w) x 6.30(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction, D. Miller and G. de Roo. A Descriptive Introduction To Environmental And Spatial Conflicts In The Urban Area: Pollution control in the United Kingdom, B. Goodall; Tackling the problem of conflicting land uses in Hong Kong: a planner's view, Pun Chung Chan; From measurement to measures: land use and environmental protection in Brooklyn, New York, N. Anderson, E. Hanhardt and I. Pasher; Land use conflicts and problem solving strategies: three case studies in the metropolitan area of Lisbon, J. Farinha, L. Vasconcelos and A. Perestrelo; A noise remedy program: Seattle -Tacoma international airport, E. Munday; Land use conflicts at a nuclear weapons site: contamination, industry and habitat at Hanford, USA, J. Denkers and M. Power. Answers To Negative Environmental Spillovers In The Urban Area: Risk-based urban environmental planning: the Seattle experience, S. Nicholas; Towards an integrated district oriented policy: a policy for urban planning and the environment in Amsterdam, E. Meijburg; Improving environmental performance of local land use plans: an experiment with sustainable urban planning in Amsterdam, E. Timár; A method for incorporating environmental aspects into spatial planning, N. Streefkerk; Innovative mitigation at a treatment plant: the applied waste water technologies research program, G.M. Bush. Integrated Environmental Zoning As A Sophisticated Instrument To Deal With Environmental Spillovers: Dutch integrated environmental zoning: a comprehensive program for dealing with urban environmental spillovers, D. Miller; The rise and fall of the environmental zone: a discussion about area oriented environmental planning in urban areas, G. de Roo; Integrated environmental zoning in the IJmond-region near Amsterdam, D. Arbouw; Integrated environmental zoning and American inner-city redevelopment: a helpful intersection of land-use planning and environmental law, M.A. Wolf; (Integrated) environmental zoning: a comparative study of 12 countries, J. Pearce. Positive Environmental Spillovers In The Urban Areas: A Neglected Field Of Interest: Seattle's environmentally critical areas policies, C. Marks; A wildlife habitat network for community planning using GIS technology, K.J. Stenberg, K.O. Richter, D. McNamara and L. Vicknair; Reducing flood damage impacts of urbanisation: institutional problems and approaches, F. Westerlund. The Spatial Plan As A Tool For Sustainable Solutions: Environmental appraisal of development plans, N. Border; Integrated environmental zoning in local land use plans: some Dutch experiences, H. Borst; Integrating environmental quality criteria in municipal master plans: a general proposal, C. Garrett; Index.

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