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The theory and practice of coastal area planning: linking strategic planning to local communities

Wescott, Geoffrey 2004, The theory and practice of coastal area planning: linking strategic planning to local communities, Coastal management, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 95-100, doi: 10.1080/08920750490247535.

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Title The theory and practice of coastal area planning: linking strategic planning to local communities
Author(s) Wescott, GeoffreyORCID iD for Wescott, Geoffrey orcid.org/0000-0002-9392-3319
Journal name Coastal management
Volume number 32
Issue number 1
Start page 95
End page 100
Publisher Taylor and Frances Inc
Place of publication New York, N.Y.
Publication date 2004-01
ISSN 0892-0753
1521-0421
Keyword(s) community participation
integrated coastal management
strategic planning
Victoria
Australia
Summary Integrated coastal management (ICM) has been slowly accepted over the last decade as a unifying approach for coastal planning and management throughout the world. Coastal planning aimed at achieving the objectives of ICM can be implemented by varying processes and faces many challenges. One major challenge for coastal planning is to adapt the well-developed theoretical principles of ICM to practical and understandable outcomes in local areas. Associated with this challenge is the need to balance coastal planning objectives for conservation and economic development of a nation or state/province with the objectives of the local community. This article describes a three-tiered approach to coastal planning in Victoria, Australia, which will be of value to other countries, particularly those with subnational coastal planning jurisdictions. This approach not only has the aim of balancing subnational (e.g., state government) and local objectives, but also of applying the theoretical concept of ICM in practice on the ground. In addition, the approach sets out to achieve a sense of ownership of the planning process by local communities by maximizing their involvement at all levels of planning and also by making the state strategy as easy to understand and follow as possible.
Language eng
DOI 10.1080/08920750490247535
Field of Research 050205 Environmental Management
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
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