Lecture Notes for UAP 3354 - Environ Policy & Plan with Goldstein at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Note 1
Class:UAP 3354 - Environ Policy & Plan
Subject:Urban Affairs and Planning
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2005
  • Anthropocentric
  • Compromising
  • Social Equity
  • Deep Ecology
  • Instrumental Value
  • Stakeholder
  • The Economy
  • Short-Term Goals
  • Civil Society
  • Environmental Quality
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Environmental Policy and Planning Book: Environmental Land Use Planning and Management (Randolph) Chapter 1 – Managing Human-Environment Interactions Environmental management – the means of controlling or guiding human-environment interactions to protect and enhance human health and welfare and environmental quality Natural hazards – weather-related damages, geologic hazards, and natural pests and disease-transmitting organisms Growth management – aims to manage the growth machine by controlling land use and development Civil society (people power) – the community, citizens, neighborhood groups, environmental organizations, land trusts The state (government power) – local, regional, state, and federal government, executive, legislative, judicial The market (economic power) – industry, trade associations, land developers, designers, financial institutions Ethics – making and defending choices based on values Natural objects have three kinds of value: -instrumental value (what people can do with...

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