Constraints on the Use of Development Management to Reduce Coastal Storm Hazardsby Timothy Beatley, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel, Hill, Cent for Urban & Regional, Studies, Chapel Hill, NC, USA,
David J. Brower, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel, Hill, Cent for Urban & Regional, Studies, Chapel Hill, NC, USA,
Abstract: This paper has presented some important information about perceived constraints to the enactment and effective implementation of development management measures to reduce coastal storm hazards. It suggests reasons why development management is not used in more coastal localities, and where it is used, why it is often not enforced or effectively implemented. While some influences, such as the general conservative atmosphere prevalent in many coastal locales, are beyond adjustment in the short-term, other factors such as the lack of politically supportive groups may be more open to short term enhancement.
Subject Headings: Coastal management | Storms | Natural disasters | Offshore construction | Information management | Coastal environment | Political factors
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