Resource Planning and Management Committees: A Tool for Intergovernmental Coordination and Conflict Resolutionby John M. DeGrove, Florida Atlantic Univ, Fort, Lauderdale, FL, USA,
Westi Jo deHaven-Smith, Florida Atlantic Univ, Fort, Lauderdale, FL, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Coastal Zone '87
Abstract: This article analyzes the role of resource planning and management committees as key intergovernmental coordination and conflict resolution devices in Florida's Area of Critical State Concern program, a component of the Environmental Land and Water Management Act. The Area of Critical State Concern program evolved as a method for applying an integrated growth management policy to important geographic areas of the state.
Subject Headings: Resource management | Government | Dispute resolution | Coastal management | Management methods | Land use | Environmental issues | Water management | North America | Florida | United States
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