Integration

Results 1 - 4 of 4 (Sorted by date)
Briefing Note
Integrative approaches to land management, such as ecosystems-based approaches and landscape approaches, together with sustainable infrastructure and the sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity, provide multiple benefits. By providing stakeholders with a means to work through competing interests over land and natural resources, while at...
Book
Many policymakers are responding to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by integrating multiple economic, social and environmental concerns into their development plans. Much of the recent research on SDGs has sought to help policymakers with this cross-sectoral integration by developing evidence-based models and analytical frameworks that can...
Discussion Paper
Author:
Due to the growing number of cities and urban residents, cities have increasing contribution to global environmental issues. Many studies pointed out that city administrative level is a crucial and ideal scale to address global issues. Nevertheless, integrating global concerns into local management remains a difficult task for a majority number of...
Peer-reviewed Article
In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume 3 Number 1(Summer 2002)
Author:
Md. Salequzzaman
Peter Newman
The coastal areas of Bangladesh are vulnerable to natural disasters, especially from cyclones and tidal surges. Since 1958 most of the coast has been protected by the construction of embankments and sluice gates. No impact study was conducted before doing this construction. Today, however, ecological, social, economic, and cultural impacts can be...