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Title: Resource Demand Management Techniques for Sustainable Development March 1998 (SD11)
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: resource demand management techniques for sustainable development march 1998
This report has been prepared by Environmental Resources Management (ERM) for the Environment Agency (the Agency) as the Final Report of the national R-and-D project on: Least Cost Planning (LCP) and Resource Demand Management (RDM) Techniques for Sustainable Development. The project's main aims are: to review existing Resource Demand Management (RDM) techniques, describing their main features and success in achieving environmental, social and economic objectives; to examine how RDM could contribute to the Agency's discharge of its responsibilities and support its contribution to sustainable development; and to assess the opportunities and barriers for the Agency in promoting RDM, including recommendations tor action.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1998
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: Sustainable developmentNatural resourcesResource conservationResource management
Extent: 46
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