The Emergence of Aménagement in the California Coastal Zoneby Donna Luckey, Univ of Kansas, Sch of Architecture, & Urban Design, Lawrence, KS, USA,
Abstract: For several decades now the California Coast has been under intense development pressures. The passage of Proposition 20 in 1972 and the subsequent package of Coastal Legislation in 1976 set the scene not only for serious conflicts while trying to acquire coastal development permits, but also for the emergence of some extremely creative project implementation and planning responses.
Subject Headings: Coastal management | Coastal environment | Project management | Legislation | Resource management | Ecological restoration | Permits | Dispute resolution | North America | California | United States
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