How to put nature into our neighbourhoods: application of Low Impact Urban Design and Development (LIUDD) principles, with a biodiversity focus, for New Zealand developers and homeowners
Keywordsenvironmental impact; environmental management; city planning; biological diversity; urban ecology; conservation; community development; sustainable development; nature heritage; Low Impact Urban Design and Development (LIUDD)
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Reid, John D. (Lincoln UniversityChristchurch, 2011)This thesis is constructed on long-term action research with seven case-study groups of Māori landowners with strong development aspirations for either unutilised land, or underutilised land, but are constrained in their ...
Water, E. M. (Lincoln University, 2007)Frequently, within a development context values from a 'Western' perspective, framed within a teleological worldview, are imposed on communities. This often results in negative outcomes for the community for whom the ...
Rural tourism in the 'Third World' : the dialectic of development : the case of Desa Senaru at Gunung Rinjani National Park in Lombok Island Schellhorn, Matthias P. B. R. (Lincoln University, 2007)This thesis examines the effectiveness of tourism as an agent of rural development, focusing on culture and nature-based destinations in the 'developing world'. The village of Desa Senaru at Gunung Rinjani National Park ...