A comprehensive overview and discussion of all major aspects of environmental planning and management, Professor Baldwin's textbook highlights the causes and interrelationships of environmental problems, emphasizing the important economic and ecological functions of the land as the stage for all human activities and the "source" and "sink" for all

chapter 1|24 pages


chapter 2|32 pages

Land Use Planning and Controls

chapter 3|33 pages

Methods of Land Use Planning and Analysis

chapter 4|36 pages

Natural Resource Management

chapter 5|15 pages

Residuals Management

chapter 6|43 pages

Air and Water Quality Management

chapter 7|32 pages

Hazardous and Solid Waste Management

chapter 8|27 pages

Economic Impacts of Environmental Controls

chapter 9|34 pages

/ Environmental Impact Assessment

chapter 10|20 pages

Local Environmental Planning and Management