2 edition of Our future land policy found in the catalog.
Our future land policy
May 1, 1931, to the nineteenth annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, held at Atlantic City, N.J.--T.p. verso.
|Contributions||Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 98/02865 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||98178763|
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Michigan State University Press's new edition of Our Land and Our future land policy book Policy includes the texts of speeches George delivered and essays he published during three decades of political activism.
These pieces were chosen originally in by George's son, Henry George, Jr., to portray the expansiveness and depth of his father's philosophy and the Cited by: 1.
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Get this from a library. Our land, our future: a new approach to land use planning and management. [Denis Sims; G Thomas; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.; United Nations Environment Programme.].
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Our Future in the Land - Executive Summary Our Future in the Land Executive summary Our future depends on the land. The land nourishes and supports us. It provides for our nutrition, our policy is simply passed off elsewhere in society – in a degraded environment, spiraling ill-health and impoverished high streets.
The UK has the third. a series of three publications, starting with Our Land, Our Future (), which gives a brief introduction to the new planning approach, followed by Negotiating a Sustainable Future for Land (), which provided structural and institutional guidelines for policy.
Research highlights Future rural land use policies will be shaped by the past, as well as current drivers and concerns. 3 phases of postwar policy built a complex decision-making structure reliant on devolved development control. In future, key drivers will be policies for climate change, energy supply and diet and health.
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which introduce these new concepts and propose an integrated planning approach for sustainable management of land resources based on an interactive partnership between governments and people.
The approach is centred on the concept of stakeholders and their objectives, and the role of government in creating the. Mapping the Future investigates and explains the history, economics, politics and policies that shape the way land is used in the city of New York and beyond.
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Bush Presidential Center in Dallas. “Both ‘Out of Many. The resulting papers are presented in this book, grouped into five major areas: historical background; social factors influencing U.S. land policy; past, present and future demands for lands in the U.S.; control of land resources; and implications for future land policy.
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Accordingly, Pentagon budget cuts have honed in on the army and ground forces: this, after the long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, seems like an appealing s: 9.Chapter Four examines various factors influencing future land development, as well as potential opportunities for future land development and annexation.
This evaluation builds upon earlier analyses of land use trends and future land use needs that are presented in Chapter Three, identifies planned land development projects, and reviews.oflandgreaterandgreater,sowillthedesireofspeculators togetholdof land increase, and unlessthere is aradical change in ourland policy, we may expectto see thepublic.