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How do Environmental Policies Fit within Larger Strategic Planning Processes?

Lynn Crowe;
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  • Published: 11 May 2015
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Country: United Kingdom
This chapter explores how environmental policies fit within larger strategic processes relevant to sport management and development. It identifies key policy areas such as environmental impact assessment, sustainable land use planning, environmental protection and visitor impact management. Good practice and guidelines which will enable sport managers to integrate their work with these environmental policies are explored. Detailed guidance on design and longer term management and maintenance to enhance and protect the natural environment are provided.
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