THE VALUE OF PARTICIPATION IN URBAN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
Abstract:Over the last thirty years the impacts and consequences of poor stormwater quality have been reflected in social concerns and the consequential increase in citizen action groups around the issue of the environment. Environmental degradation such as polluted beaches, inland rivers and coastal zones, contaminated land sites and loss of flora and fauna are broad social concerns needing an integrated community, industry, governmental and institutional response.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2000-01-01
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