Local Environment

Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability is a refereed journal written by and for researchers, activists, non-governmental organisations, students, teachers, policy makers and practitioners. Our focus is specifically on sustainability planning, policy and politics in relation to theoretical, conceptual and empirical studies at the nexus of equity, justice and the local environment. It is an inclusive forum for diverse constituencies and perspectives to engage in a critical examination, evaluation and discussion of the environmental, social and economic policies, processes and strategies which will be needed in movement towards social justice and sustainability - "Just Sustainabilities" - at local, regional, national and global scales.

Published by Taylor & Francis.

Publications

Title Type Author(s) Year
Material Flow Analysis: a tool to support environmental policy decision making. Case-studies on the city of Vienna and the Swiss lowlands Journal Article Hendriks et al. 2000
Material flow analysis: A tool to support environmental policy decision making. Case-studies on the city of Vienna and the Swiss lowlands Journal Article Hendriks et al. 2000