The Integration Imperative

The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments
Springer | Environmental Management | May 4 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319221221 | 256 pages | pdf | 5.53 mb

Editors: Gillingham, M.P., Halseth, G.R., Johnson, C.J., Parkes, M.W. (Eds.)
Provides a full accounting of the range of cumulative impacts resulting from resource development
Highlights the necessity of integrating cumulative impacts as they influence communities, the environment, and human health
Analyzes cumulative impacts resulting from multiple resource sectors. The importance of emerging or evolving rural communities and largely undeveloped ecosystems

The purpose of this work is to develop a better understanding and thinking about the cumulative impacts of multiple natural resource development projects. Cumulative impacts are now one of the most pressing, but complex challenges facing governments, industry, communities, and conservation and natural resource professionals. There has been technical and policy research exploring how cumulative environmental impacts can be assessed and managed. These studies, however, have failed to consider the necessary integration of community, environment and health. Informed by knowledge and experience in northern British Columbia, this book seeks to expand our understanding of the cumulative impacts of natural resource development through an integrated lens. The book offers a timely response to a growing imperative - proposing integrative response to multiple natural resource developments in a way that addresses converging environment, community and health issues. Informed by the editors' experiences across several complementary areas of expertise, we envision this book as appealing to a wide range of researchers, educators and practitioners, with relevance to a growing audience with appetite for and interest in integrative approaches.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
9 b/w illustrations, 4 illustrations in colour
Environmental Management
Public Health
Applied Ecology
Environmental Law / Policy / Ecojustice

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