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Environmental Priorities and the Challenges of Environmental Management

Peter Roberts
The Town Planning Review
Vol. 62, No. 4 (Oct., 1991), pp. 461-469
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40113112
Page Count: 9
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Environmental Priorities and the Challenges of Environmental Management
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Abstract

This article examines recent developments in policy and changed perceptions of the environment. Emphasis is placed on the longer-term environmental challenges which are best encapsulated in the term 'sustainable development'. The importance of the environment as a key aspect of the Single European Market, and the implications of the environmental objectives of the European Community, are discussed through a consideration of the implementation of environmental assessment and other policy measures. A final section of the article considers the role of the environment in providing a bridge between public and private sector thinking and action.

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