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Sustainable Development And Integrated Appraisal In A Developing World

Sustainable Development And Integrated Appraisal In A Developing World

Norman Lee , Colin Kirkpatrick

Edited by the late Norman Lee, formerly Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Development Policy and Management and the Environmental Impact Assessment Centre, University of Manchester, UK and Colin Kirkpatrick, former Hallsworth Professor of Development Economics, Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM) and Co-Director, Regulation Research Programme, Centre on Regulation and Competition (CRC), University of Manchester, UK

2000 272 pp Hardback 978 1 84064 162 2

Hardback £87.00 on-line price £78.30

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‘. . . a valuable volume for a wide audience, including environmental researchers, teachers, policymakers, consultants, and project managers. Sustainable Development and Integrated Appraisal in a Developing World tackles a very real problem in a lucid and readable manner.’
– Richard A. Matthew, Environment

It is widely recognized that sustainable development can only be achieved if environmental, economic and social issues are combined in development plans, policies and programmes. This book examines the integrated approach to the development process, and analyses the theory and practice of integrating assessment techniques and decision-making.

Contents
Contents: Preface 1. Integrated Appraisal, Decision Making and Sustainable Development Part I: Integrated Appraisal and Decision Making: Alternative Perspectives and Methods 2. Strengthening the Integrated Approach for Impact Assessments in Development Cooperation 3. Integrating Crosscutting Issues in the Environmental Assessment of Development Assistance Projects 4. Environmental Cost–Benefit Analysis and Sustainability 5. Sustainability Assessment Through Integration of Environmental Assessment with Other Forms of Appraisal 6. Integrating Environmental, Economic and Social Appraisal in the Real World 7. Integrating Environmental Appraisals of Planned Developments into Decision Making in Countries in Transition Part II: Case Studies 8. Environmental Impact Assessment within a Multinational Enterprise 9. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment in a Remote, Timber Dependent Community in Guyana 10. Evaluating Trade-Offs Between Uses of Marine Protected Areas in the Caribbean 11. Social Acceptability in Project EIA in the Philippines 12. Public Valuation and Decentralised Decision Making 13. A Holistic Approach to the Evaluation of Socio-Economic and Environmental Impacts of Technological Change in Agriculture Index Contributors: W.N. Adger, P. Bacon, A.L. Brown, K. Brown, A. Cherp, M. Common, L. Cooper, J. Elliott, C. George, D. Hulme, M.G. Jones, C. Kirkpatrick, N. Lee, D. Leslie, R. Post, S. Rahman, J. Routray, J. Scholten, D. Shim, R. Taylor, D. Tiwari, E. Tompkins, K. Young

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‘. . . a valuable volume for a wide audience, including environmental researchers, teachers, policymakers, consultants, and project managers. Sustainable Development and Integrated Appraisal in a Developing World tackles a very real problem in a lucid and readable manner.’
– Richard A. Matthew, Environment

It is widely recognized that sustainable development can only be achieved if environmental, economic and social issues are combined in development plans, policies and programmes. This book examines the integrated approach to the development process, and analyses the theory and practice of integrating assessment techniques and decision-making.

The editors begin by presenting a comprehensive introduction to integrated appraisal in development strategies as well as outlining issues which are important to the future understanding and practical application of integrated appraisal. A group of authors from a range of disciplinary and country backgrounds then present alternative perspectives and methods of an integrated approach to sustainable development, and apply integrated appraisal to a variety of case studies from developing and transitional countries.

This book will be warmly welcomed by development policymakers and consultants in government and non-government organizations as well as academics and postgraduates working in the fields of economics, development and environmental studies.



 
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