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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Concepts, strategies and planning
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Environmental assessment
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Land use planning
        Page 9
    Country profiles
        Page 10
    Natural resource accounting and valuation
        Page 11
    Index
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Back Cover
        Page 14
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IIED is an independent, non-profit organisation which seeks to
promote sustainable patterns of development through re-
search, policy studies, consensus-building and public informa-
tion. Focusing on the connections between economic de-
velopment, the environment and human needs, the Institute's
principal aim is to improve the management of natural re-
sources so that countries of the South can improve living
standardswithoutjeopardising their natural resource base. Its
work is undertaken with, or on behalf of, governments and
international agencies, the academic community, founda-
tions and non-governmental organizations, community groups
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Participatory Development
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Contents

Concepts, Strategies and Planning 4

Environmental Assessment 7

Land Use Planning 9

County Profiles 10

Natural Resource Accounting and Valuation 11

Index 12


Many of IIED publications and reports deal with planning issues.
To avoid extensive duplication with other catalogues in this
series, some titles have not been listed here. We advise you to
refer, for example, to the Economics of Sustainable
Development catalogue for economic policy and planning
instruments, the Participatory Development catalogue for
participatory planning approaches, etc.

IIED Programmes with publications listed in the
Planning for Sustainable Development catalogue:

Environmental Planning Group
Environmental Economic Programme
Drylands
Forestry and Land Use
Human Settlements


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SGetting to Grips with Green Plans:
A Review of Recent Experience in
Industrialised Countries
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.10
Barry Dalal-Clayton
Over the last few years many developed countries have
attempted national planning exercises which take into
account environmental objectives (this has become known
as green planning), and also responded to Agenda 21 by
developing their own national sustainable development
strategies. This study examaines the recent experiences,
including successes and difficulties of twenty strategy or
green planning initiatives in ten industrialized countries.
256 pages, 1996, 14.00


SA Review of District-level
Environmental Planning Initiatives in Tanzania
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.12
I Koziell and H Sosovele
Through a series of case studies and high level interviews,
this study analyses the factors constraining the
implementation of national level strategies and policies at a
local level. It brings together lessons learnt from past
implementation and suggests options for future policy
directions.
1996, IIED and the Institute of Resource Assessment,
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania


i Incentives for Sustainable Forest
Management: A Study in the
Tropical High Forest of Ghana
by the Forestry and Land Use Programme
This reports on a study to analyse and design a complete
range of incentives to promote sustainable management in
Ghana's high forest areas. This entailed a combination of
incentives to reorient the behaviour of powerful private
interests with those which promote the rights and
capabilities of previously disadvantaged stakeholders.
1996, 7.50

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Concepts, Strategies and Planning


The Environment for Children
David Satterthwaite, Roger Hart, Caren
Levy, Diana Mitlin, David Ross, Jac Smit and
Carolyn Stephens
Subtitled "understanding and acting on the environmental
hazards that threaten children and their parents" this book
explains how both environmentalists and development
specialists have given far too little attention to the impact
of the environment on children. It describes how millions
of children die unnecessarily each year from
environmental causes while tens of millions suffer ill-
health or injury. It discusses why promoting a safe and
healthy environment for children is rarely given a high
priority by governments and aid agencies. It also includes
chapters on sustainable development and on a
community-based approach to addressing environmental
problems, including how children themselves should be
involved in such approaches. This book was
commissioned by UNICEF and written by a
multidisciplinary team that included specialists in child
development, infant and maternal health, environmental
health, economics and community development.
192 pages, Earthscan, 1996. ISBN: 1-85383-326-6 12.95/
US$23.30; half price for Third World orders.


The Forest
Certification
Handbook
Christopher Upton and
Stephen Bass r
This is the first book to
fully assess the role which
forest certification can
play. It provides a very
clear exposition of the
rationale for
certification; a practical
guide to the creation
and implementation of
certification


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programmes; and directories of certification programmes
and all certified forests.
218 pages, ISBN 1 85383 222 7, 1995, Earthscan,19.95



National Sustainable Development
Strategies: Experience and Dilemmas
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.6
Barry Dalal-Clayton, Stephen Bass, Barry Sadler, Koy
Thomson, Richard Sandbrook, Nick Robins and Ross
Hughes
An exploration of key issues which appear to have
advanced the development of strategies or which have
posed dilemmas for those involved in their preparation,
including: the political context, key objectives; building
strategic capacity; scope problems; multiple (parallel)
strategies; the limits of consultation and participation;
style issues; dependent territories and micro states; and
challenges for the future.
56 pages, 1994, 6.00


Participation in Strategies for Sustainable
Development
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.7
Stephen Bass, Barry Dalal-Clayton and Jules Pretty
This paper considers why participation in strategies is a
key to their success, and discusses the need to
complement the traditional science-based approach with a
people-centred approach. As well as examining what
participation means in practice at both field and policy
levels, it presents the benefits of participation based on the
evidence to date, and explores the challenge of defining
and planning for participation in future strategies.
118 pages, 1995, 8.00


Small Island States and Sustainable
Development: Strategic Issues and
Experience
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.8
Stephen Bass and Barry Dalal-Clayton
Most analysis of past experiences, and the challenges facing
the development of national sustainable development
strategies, is based on strategies developed in larger
countries and the main continental areas, but it is in small
island and micro states where many sustainable
development issues are most sharply brought into focus.
This paper identifies the ecological, economic and social
factors which typify small island states. It then considers
the opportunities for and the difficulties in developing
sustainable development strategies, illustrating with cases
examples of recent strategies.
54 pages, 1995, 8.00


Strategies for National Sustainable
Development: A Handbook for their
Planning and
Implementation
Jeremy Carew-Reid,
Robert Prescott-Allen,
Stephen Bass, and
Barry Dalal-Clayton.
This handbook is a
practical guide on how
to mobilise a society's
resources to plan and
implement national Strategiesfor iona
sustainable Sstainable Deelopet
development 1"PMent
strategies. It shows I ' d ,"
how such strategies
need to involve a
participatory
process of planning
and action if economic, ecological and


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social objectives are to be achieved in a balanced and
integrated fashion.
203 pages, Earthscan in association with IIED and the World
Conservation Union (IUCN), 1994,
185383 193 X,14.95


Environmental Costs and Power Systems
Planning
Environmental Economics Discussion Paper series DP 90-02
Anil Markandya
26 pages, May 1990, 3.50

NGOs in the Forest: Participation of NGOs
in National Forestry Action Programmes:
New Experience in Papua New Guinea
Forestry and Land Use series no. 8
James Mayers and Basil Peutalo
Reviewing the current context of National Forestry Action
Programmes and NGO participation with a particular
focus on PNG, this publication draws out generic 'lessons
learnt' and describes how NGO participation may be
facilitated, through the formation of new alliances and
networks.
50 pages, ISBN 0 905347 89 7 1995, 5.00


Shifting Cultivation in Thailand, Lao PDR
and Vietnam: Regional Overview and
Policy Recommendations
Forestry and Land Use Series no. 2
Stephen Bass and Elaine Morrison
Presenting an overview of the results of a research project
considering shifting cultivation in Thailand, Lao PDR and
Vietnam, this report describes the status and dynamics of
shifting cultivation in all three countries, with policy
recommendations. It attempts to define the criteria and
characteristics which contribute to the sustainability of
land uses.
56 pages, 1994, 5.00



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Plantation Politics: Forest Plantations in
Development
edited by Caroline Sargent
and Stephen Bass
This book examines the rationale
and purpose of plantations in
forestry and development, a
showing up the misconceptions I
surrounding them, analysing the a l
problems they present and the
contribution they can make -
when properly planned and
managed to sustainable
development.
192 pages, ISBN 1 85383 113 1
1992 Earthscan, 12.95


Proceedings of the
Technical Workshop to Explore Options
for Global Forestry Management
edited by David Howlett and Caroline Sargent
This workshop was convened to bring together technical
information to assist current international discussion of
initiatives for global forestry management, in a form
available to policy makers, in preparation for the UNCED
conference.
350 pages, ISBN 974 88681 0 9,1991, 10.00


A Study on Coordination in Sustainable
Forestry Development
Tapani Oksanen, Matts Heering and Bruce Cabarle
This report aims to identify improved institutional and
informal arrangements and mechanisms for aid
coordination at the international, regional and national
levels, to determine the feasibility of improving
coordination in sustainable forestry development, and to
update the role and mandate of the Forestry Advisers
Group.
90 pages, 1993, 5.00


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Sustainable Development and Cities
Diana Mitlin and David Satterthwaite
This is the background paper commissioned by Global
Forum '94 for the five-day conference it organized on
"Cities and Sustainable Development" in Manchester, UK.
Delegations from 50 cities around the world attended this
conference, with representatives in each city delegation
drawn from citizen groups and NGOs, trade unions, city
government and the private sector.

The paper is divided into nine
sections. The
first discusses
the potential
that cities have
for contributing
to sustainable
development
and what has to
be done to realize 0
this potential. The
second considers I
the main goals that \
are part of

development and m
how these relate to
cities and to the
seven themes chosen Cities and Sustainable
for discussion at Development
Global Forum '94. ,,0ov,"'
This is followed by
sections on these
seven themes: resource use; livelihoods; basic needs and
urban poverty; environment and health; transport and
communications; finance for sustainable development;
and governance and institutions. An annex considers the
extent to which Agenda 21 (the main "action plan" coming
out of the Earth Summit in 1992) addresses urban issues.
82 pages, 1994. Available in English, French and Spanish.
4/US$8.


Participation in Environmental i
Impact Assessment: A Review of
Issues
Environmental Planning Issues No.11
Ross Hughes and Barry Dalal-Clayton
There is a slow global trend towards greater consultation
in EIA, but public involvement has mainly been limited to
asking questions, and attending public meetings to
comment on proposals and EIA findings. This review
examines progress and opportunities to involve
stakeholders (project beneficiaries, affected peoples, etc.)
more effectively in the EIA process itself.
1996


The Environmental Effects of
Wildlife Tourism: An Overview
Wildlife and Development Series No. 9
Dilys Roe
Reviewing a broad range of different wildlife-related
tourism initiatives and approaches, this paper examines
the environmental impacts associated with them. It
clearly indicates that it is not possible to make
generalisations about such environmental impacts, and
argues that proposals for wildlife tourism projects need to
be considered on a case by case basis. The report then
identifies areas where further research is needed to inform
effective policies and planning for wildlife tourism.
1996



Environmental Assessment in Tanzania: A
Needs Assessment for Training
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.9,
IRA Research Paper No.36.
Raphael Mwalyosi, Sitna Mohamed, Ross Hughes
and Barry Dalal-Clayton
This paper reports on the first phase of a project aimed at
improving in-country EIA training resources. It identifies


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past experience of EIA in the country, assesses current
levels and distribution of relevant expertise, and suggests
an approach to training which is tailored to the Tanzanian
context, building on existing resources.
35 pages, IIED and the Institute of Resources Assessment,
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, 1995, 8.00


A Directory of Impact Assessment
Guidelines
Dilys Roe, Barry Doala-Clayton and Ross Hughes
This unique bibliographic reference work is
an invaluable source of
information for
everyone concerned
with environmental
assessment. It includes
guidelines for
environmental, health,
and social impact
assessment, drawing
from a wide range of
sources including country
governments, multilateral
development banks, donor
agencies, international
organizations and NGOs.
Over 400 documents are
cited, with more than 130
abstracts, covering key
sectors in every region of
the world.
184 pages, 1995, U1
0 905347 99 4, 16.50


Strategic Environmental Assessment: A
Briefing Paper
Barry Dalal-Clayton and Barry Sadler
Strategic Environmental Assessment is now being
promoted as a process that aims to integrate
environmental considerations into decision-making above
the project level. This briefing paper describes the nature,
rationale, scope and features of the process, and discusses
the key issues and options associated with its application.
5 pages, 1995, 2.00


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Im Fn Logging vs Watershed Protection
in Tropical Forests: An Overview of
the Issues in Malaysia
B Aylward, N Abdul Rahim, Hj. Othman Mohd
Shahwahid, Abd. Ghani Awang Noor, Yusop Zulkifli
Malaysia is a rapidly developing country, rich in natural
resources, particularly timber resources. In recent
decades Malaysia exploited its timber resources in order
to fund its development strategy. Logging leads to a
number of changes in the hydrologic regime some
positive, some negative with consequent downstream
impacts on economic activities. This paper reviews the
economic and hydroloigcal information base regarding the
trade-offs between logging and watershed protection in
Malaysia, and suggests how economic and hydrologic
information can be combined to improve land use
planning in Malaysia.
1996


Surveys, Plans and People: A Review of
Land Resource Information and its Use in
Developing Countries
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.2
Barry Dalal-Clayton and David Dent
This is an overview of the key issues concerning resource
assessment and land use planning for decision-makers
and planners, providing lessons from an historical
perspective on the evolution of procedures. It considers
the opportunities offered by participatory approaches, and
provides examples of initiatives which show potential to
link bottom-up and top-down planning. The needs of
developing countries for natural resource information are
discussed, along with the problems they face in securing
and making use of this, and integrating it into planning
and decision-making. (Other related reports based on this
research are Resource Assessment and Land Use Planning
in Tanzania: A Case Study, and Resource Assessment and
Land Use Planning in Sri Lanka: A Case Study.)
148 pages, 1993, 8.00


Resource Assessment and Land Use
Planning in Tanzania: A Case Study
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.3,
IRA Research Paper No.35.
A S Kauzeni, I S Kikula, S A Mohamed, J G Lyimo
(Institute of Resource Assessment), D B Dalal-
Clayton (IIED)
128 pages, IIED with Institute of Resource Assessment,
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, 1993, 8.00

and

Resource Assessment and Land Use
Planning in Sri Lanka: A Case Study
Environmental Planning Issues Series No.4
D L Dent and L K P A Goonewardene
140 pages, 1993, 8.00

These two country reports complement the overview
report, Surveys, Plans and People: A Review of Land Resource
Information and its Use in Developing Countries, and include
detailed case studies of selected projects.They also
investigate the role, capacity and activities of the various
institutions involved in resource assessment and planning,
and provide an annotated bibliography of relevant
national publications.


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Current Land Use in Vietnam. Proceedings
of the Second Land Use Seminar, Bac Thai,
Vietnam
Edited by Caroline -
Howard ...- I
A collection of 24 papers r.
presented at the seminar by
senior scientists, policy
makers, and farmers,
providing an insight into
the rapidly changing
economy and land use in
Vietnam.
130 pages 1995, 7.50





Proceedings of the National Seminar on
Setting Priorities for Research in the Land
Use Continuum in Vietnam, Hoa Binh, 9-13
September 1991
edited by Caroline Sargent, John Palmer and
Elaine Morrison
The proceedings include the text of more than thirty
papers presented by Vietnamese participants, and the full
text of steering notes which introduced each session.
320 pages, ISBN 0 905347 73 0, 1991, 7.50


Wildlife Utilisation as an Instrument for
Natural Habitat Conservation: A Survey of
the Literature and of the Issues
Environmental Economics Discussion Paper series DP 91-03
Timothy Swanson
42 pages, May 1991, 3.50


Directory of Country IMTl
Environmental Studies: An
Annotated Bibliography of Environmental
and Natural Resources Profiles and
Assessments
(Third edition)
Compiled by Sean Gordon and Daniel Tunstall.
This directory, a product of the International
Environmental and Natural Resource Assessment
Information Service (INTERAISE), provides a unique
guide to the content and availability of hundreds of
national and regional environmental and natural resource
profiles. New to this edition are biodiversity, climate
change, metropolitan and sustainable development
strategies, with an emphasis on developing countries,
Eastern European, OECD countries and the newly
independent states. (INTERAISE is a joint project of IIED,
IUCN and WRI.)
1996,16.50/US$25


Environmental Synopses
(prepared by IIED for the Overseas Development
Administration)
Edited by Paula Stone and Barry Dalal-Clayton
These synopses bridge the gap between short
environmental briefing documents used within certain
aid agencies and much longer, detailed country
environmental studies. They have been produced as
desk studies and reviewed by in-country teams of
experts. They contain key information on environmental
ir.. titutic.r.i and legislation, the resource base, and
environmental processes.

Published by the Overseas Development Administration.
Ghana: 28pp, 1992, free (p&p only)
Indonesia: 41 pp, 1994, free (p&p only)
Pakistan: 28pp, 1992, free (p&p only)
Sri Lanka: 26pp, 1992, free (p&p only)
Uganda: 27pp, 1992, free (p&p only)
Zimbabwe: 32pp, 1992, (p&p only)


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Economic Evaluation of Tropical
Forest Land Use Options: A Review
of Methodology and Applications
A Report by lIED prepared for the UK Overseas
Development Administration.
With increasing scarcity of virgin forest and increasing
public concern about the social and environmental
consequences of changes in land use, new tools have been
developed to ensure that approaches to evaluating
alternative land use options include an assessment of
social and environmental impacts. However, methods to
account for the full range of economic benefits including
environmental goods, services and attributes are still
lacking. This report reviews and develops methods for a
better assessment of the wider economic benefits and
distributional consequences of alternative tropical forest
land use options including examples from empirical
studies.
1996


Natural Resource Accounts for Botswana:
Environmental Accounting for a Natural
Rsource-Based Economy
Environmental Economics Discussion Paper series DP 89-11
Charles Perrings, Alison Gilbert, David W Pearce
and Anne Harrison
65 pages, November 1989, 3.50


Resource Accounting for Sustainable
Development: A Review of Basic Concepts,
Recent Debate and
Future Needs .
Environmental Economics
Discussion Paper *
series DP 91-06 :
Anil Markandya and
Charles Perrings
53 pages, November 1991,
3.50 ,


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Title Index

A
A Study on Coordination in Sustainable Forestry
Development 6
A Review of District-level Environmental Planning Initiatives
in Tanzania 4
A Directory of Impact Assessment Guidelines 8

C
Current Land Use in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Second
Land Use Seminar, Bac Thai, Vietnam 10

D
Directory of Country Environmental Studies: An Annotated
Bibliography of Environmental and Natural Resources
Profiles and Assessments (third edition) 10

E
Economic Evaluation of Tropical Forest Land Use Options:
A Review of Methodology and Applications 11
Environmental Costs and Power Systems Planning 6
Environmental Assessment in Tanzania: A Needs Assessment
forTraining 7
Environmental Synopsis of Pakistan 10
Environmental Synopsis of Zimbabwe 10
Environmental Synopsis of Uganda 10
Environmental Synopsis of Sri Lanka 10
Environmental Synopsis of Indonesia 10
Environmental Synopsis of Ghana 10


G
Getting To Grips With Green Plans: A Review of Recent
Experience in Industrialised Countries 4


Incentives for Sustainable Forest Management: A Study in
the Tropical High Forest of Ghana 4


L
Logging vs Watershed Protection in Tropical Forests: An
Overview of the Issues in Malaysia 9

N
National Sustainable Development Strategies: Experience
and Dilemmas 5
Natural Resource Accounts for Botswana: Environmental
Accounting for a Natural Resource-Based Economy 11
NGOs in the Forest: Participation of NGOs in National
Forestry Action Programmes: New Experience in Papua
New Guinea 6

P
Participation in Strategies for Sustainable Development 5
Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment: A
Review of Issues 7
Plantation Politics: Forest Plantations in Development 6
Proceedings of the National Seminar on Setting Priorities for
Research in the Land Use Continuum in Vietnam, Hao
Binh,9-13 September 1991 10
Proceedings of the Technical Workshop to Explore Options
for Global Forestry Management 6

R
Resource Assessment and Land Use Planning in Sri Lanka: A
Case Study 9
Resource Assessment and Land Use Planning in Tanzania: A
Case Study 9
Resource Accounting for Sustainable Development: A
Review of Basic Concepts, Recent Debate and Future
Needs 11

S
Shifting Cultivation in Thailand, Lao PDR and Vietnam:
Regional Overview and Policy Recommendations 6
Small Island States and Sustainable Development:
Strategic Issues and Experience 5
Strategic Environmental Assessment: A Briefing Paper 8
Strategies for National Sustainable Development: A
Handbook for their Planning and Implementation 5
Surveys, Plans and People: A Review of Land Resource
Information and its Use in Developing Countries 9
Sustainable Development and Cities 7


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T
The Environmental Effects of Wildlife Tourism: An
Overview 7
The Environment for Children 4
The Forest Certification Handbook 4

W
Wildlife Utilisation as an Instrument for Natural Habitat
Conservation: A Survey of the Literature and of the
Issues 10




Author Index


Aylward, B

Bass, Stephen

Cabarle, Bruce
Carew-Reid, Jeremy

Dalal-Clayton, Barry
Dent, David

Gilbert, Alison
Goonewardene, L K P A
Gordon, Sean

Harrison, Anne
Hart, Roger
Heering, Matts
Howard, Caroline
Howlett, David
Hughes, Ross

Kauzeni, AS
Kikula, I S
Koziell, Izabella

Levy, Caren
Lyimo, J G


9

4,5,6

6
5

4,5,7,8,9,10
9

11
9
10

11
4
6
10
6
5,7,8

9
9
4

4
9


Markandya, Anil
Mayers, James
Mitlin, Diana
Mohamed, SA
Mohamed, Sitna
Morrison, Elaine
Mwalyosi, Raphael

Noor, Ghani Awang

Okasen, Tapani

Palmer, John
Pearce, David W
Perrings, Charles
Peutalo, Basil
Prescott-Allen, Robert
Pretty, Jules

Rahim, N Abdul
Robins, Nick
Roe, Dilys
Ross, David


Sadler, Barry 5,8
Sandbrook, Richard 5
Sargent, Caroline 6,10
Satterthwaite, David 4,7
Shahwahid, Hj. Othman Mohd 9
Smit, Jac 4
Sosovele, H 4
Stephens, Carolyn 4
Stone, Paula 10
Swanson, Timothy 10


Thomson, Koy
Tunstall, Dan

Upton, Christopher

Zulkifli, Yusop


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