Advancing sustainability at the sub-national level : the potential and limitations of planning / edited by Eran Feitelson (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

"Sustainability notions have been widely embraced by planners. However, the question of what can planners contribute to the advancement of such notions has not received much attention until now. This volume examines the potential contribution of planning to the advancement of sustainability at...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Taylor & Francis)
Other Authors: Feitelson, Eran, 1956- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Series:Urban planning and environment.
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1 The Potential and Limitations of Planning in Advancing Sustainability Notions at the Sub-National Level: An Introduction
  • chapter 2 Very Long-Term Planning for the Era of Climate Change
  • chapter 3 Can Israel Plan for Sustainable Development? An Institutional Analysis and Constructive Critique
  • chapter 4 Decentralized Planning for Sustainable Urban Development: The Washington State Growth Management Act and its Application in the Seattle Metropolitan Area
  • chapter 5 Integrated Planning for Air Quality
  • A Human Concept and a Computer Programme
  • chapter 6 The Role of Strategic Planning in Advancing Sustainability at the Metropolitan Level: The Case of Tel Aviv
  • chapter 7 The Integration of Environmental, Social and Economic Issues in Spatial Planning: Case Study of the Metropolitan Spatial Development Framework for Cape Town, South Africa
  • chapter 8 Policy Recommendations and Implementation of Local Agenda 21: The Example of Lodz (Poland)
  • chapter 9 Implementing Sustainable Business Estates in the Netherlands: A Confrontation between Theory and Practice
  • chapter 10 An 'Actor-Consulting' Model for Sustainable Planning: An Application in Sustainable Housing Development
  • chapter 11 Public-Private Partnership as New Integrated Instruments for Achieving Sustainable Urban Development: The Case of Monza
  • chapter 12 The Role of Local Knowledge in Environmental Health Planning
  • chapter 13 The Potential of Framing in Managing and Resolving Environmental Conflict
  • chapter 14 Participatory Decision Making and Sustainability: The Role of Environmental Organizations.