Environmental Management for Sustainable Development is an exploration of the complexities of business, governments and individuals’ efforts to build a more sustainable civilisation. This text includes plenty of introductory material, so it will be just as effective for a beginner’s class as for teaching more advanced students.
What does this book cover?
This well-illustrated 2nd edition of Environmental Management for Sustainable Development is a part of the well-known Routledge Introductions to Environment series of textbooks. It seeks to define the state of this fast evolving and ever-expanding field of study, as well as the nature of environmental management generally.
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About the Authors
Chris Barrow teaches at the University of Wales Swansea’s School of Environment and Society. His research specialties include sustainable development, environmental engineering and developing new theoretical tools for more effective environmental management.
Environmental Management for Sustainable Development (Routledge Introductions to Environment) excels at making this complex body of study clear and approachable to new students yet has all the detail and complexity needed to teach higher level classes as well.