Bioregional Planning

Regional landscapes can provide spatial frameworks for integration of complex interrelated social and ecological systems and the institutional arrangements for their management. Bioregional Planning: Resource Management Beyond the New Millennium, by David Brunckhorst, (Taylor and Francis). The book makes a significant advance in some of the more complex and less well-understood aspects of bioregional planning. This led to the development of other bioregional research such as 'Eco-Civic' approaches and regional landscape futures.

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Completed in 2011.

IRF in-house project

Contact: The Institute for Rural Futures