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Embracing value and uncertainty in environmental planning and management: An heuristic model

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1998

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Cardinall, Dana Eric, 1998, Embracing value and uncertainty in environmental planning and management: An heuristic model: Simon Fraser University (Canada).

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Natural resource planning and management in British Columbia is increasingly a challenging task. Community, First Nation, and non-traditional resource user groups are now demanding a much greater role in decision making. Simultaneously, growing awareness of the interrelated nature of environmental problems highlights the need for a more integrated analytical perspective. In this context, the ability to cope with diverse values and high levels of uncertainty is an essential attribute of effective approaches to natural resource planning and management. Traditional analysis techniques, procedures and institutions are hampered by an inability to address conflicting and multiple value judgments, a failure to acknowledge ignorance of social [...]

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