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Table Of Contents

List of Figures
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Sustainable and Ethical
Development,Planning and Sustainability
Property,Interests and Neomodernity
Property
Box 1.1Terra psyche:the land settlement continuum
Interests
Neomodernity
Box 1.2New-age pragmatics
Conservancy and Development Ethics
Box 1.3Connecting philosophy to planning
Practice ethics
Box 1.4Ethical canon for community transactions
With Sustainable and Ethical Intent
Figure 2.1Overall uses of within-nation planning
Box 2.1Traditional and radical formats:an explication of theory
How Planning Works
Traditional-Lineal Planning
Figure 2.4The ‘SWOT’ progression
Figure 2.5Traditional planning sequence
The Radical-Multiplex Approach
Progressive Change
Figure 2.7Listing of ‘new idea’ killers
Charter for Conservation with Development
Backgrounding
Foregrounding
Box 3.1The ever-changing scene
Resource Exploitation and Discard Dynamics
Socio-Environmentalism:The New Reality
Box 3.2Resources within ecosystems
Box 3.3Global population and energy use
The political ecology of scale shifts
Box 3.4Soft pathways
Box 3.5Sustainable co-dependency
Resource Guardianship:Principles into Practice
Box 3.6Kicking the energy-use habit
The Soft Pathways Matrix
BOX 3.7Matrix for conservation with developmenta
The New Culture:Balanced Harmony
Growth Pattern Management
Growth Pattern Information Needs
Data assembly and raw data analysis
Box 4.3Pattern data:a dump listing
Linkage and pattern analyses
Rural-urban understandings
Growth Management Basics
Project propagation (generation)
Risk assessment and risk management
Box 4.5Risk Impact Assessment (RIA):an agency perspective
Box 4.6Benefit-cost prognosis
Project implementation
Box 4.7Log Frame project implementation
Macro Practice Patterns
Urban-rural growth patterning
Figure 4.3Periphery-to-centre city montage
Coastal zone management
Figure 4.5Coastal marine zone
Agriculture and forestry
Tourism
Figure 4.7Hard tourism and soft tourism
Box 4.8Sustainable tourism policies
Unemployment alleviation
Waste disposal management
Growth Pattern Policy Directions
Urban Growth Management
Yesterday’s Solutions,Today’s Problems
Suburbia and Ex-urbia Costed
Urban Reforms:Options and Actions
Urban social arrangement and style
Box 5.1Urban social arrangement and style
Box 5.2Basic residential componentry
Ex-urban sprawl control
Small-town conservation with development
Water’s edge urbanization
ECO-village ideals
Raw land suburbanization
Figure 5.8Density doubled and design quadrupled
Box 5.3Suburban design-detail code
Urban retrofit compaction and clustering
Box 5.4Compaction:an urban retrofit code
Shopping as a leisure activity
Box 5.5Mainstreet guidelines
The Delivery of Outcome
Box 5.6Planning in action:the delivery of outcome
Balanced Urban Living
Tipping the Balance
Within the academy
Box 6.1Easter Island – Earth Island
Trends and Changes:A Concluding Commentary
Bibliographical Retrospective
References
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Sustainable Urban Planning: Tipping the Balance

Sustainable Urban Planning: Tipping the Balance

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Sustainable Urban Planning introduces the principles and practices behind urban and regional planning in the context of environmental sustainability.

This timely text introduces the principles and practice behind urban and regional planning in the context of environmental sustainability.
Reflects a growing recognition that cities, where the majority of humans now live, need to be developed in a sustainable way.
Weaves together the concerns of planning, capitalism, development, and cultural and environmental preservation.
Helps students and planners to marry the needs of the environment with the need for financial gain.
Sustainable Urban Planning introduces the principles and practices behind urban and regional planning in the context of environmental sustainability.

This timely text introduces the principles and practice behind urban and regional planning in the context of environmental sustainability.
Reflects a growing recognition that cities, where the majority of humans now live, need to be developed in a sustainable way.
Weaves together the concerns of planning, capitalism, development, and cultural and environmental preservation.
Helps students and planners to marry the needs of the environment with the need for financial gain.

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