Better Environmental Decisions: Strategies for Governments, Businesses and Communities
Professor Ken Sexton
1 Jan 1998
A broad-based interdisciplinary introduction to the topic of environmental decision-making which emphasizes finding solutions to real world problems. The book examines the subject from the complementary and interrelated perspectives of three major groups involved in environmental decisions: regulatory agencies, businesses and affected communities. Each chapter describes an important aspect of environmental decision making and identifies key issues and problems and recommends ways to improve the decision-making process and its outcomes.