Integrated Resource and Environmental Management : The Human Dimension
Ewert, Alan W., Bissix, Glynn C., & Baker, Douglas C. (2004) Integrated Resource and Environmental Management : The Human Dimension. CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire, UK.
Integrated Resource and Environmental Management (IREM) can be defined as both a management process and a philosophy, that takes into account the many values associated with natural resources within a particular area.
This book presents an overview and history of natural resource management, from a global perspective. It discusses the challenges facing IREM by examining issues such as conflict, property rights and the role of science in the management of natural resource. It also addresses the definition and application of IREM from several different contexts, including real-world applications, planning frameworks, and complex systems. It provides a comprehensive aid in natural resource decision-making within the context of the “real world.”
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