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- 1 Introduction to decision making
- 2 What do we mean by environmental decision making?
- 2.1 Concepts of environment
- 2.2 Environment and system
- 2.3 Characterising environmental decisions
- 2.4 Environmental decision making in the context of sustainable development
- 2.5 Sustainable development
- 3 Values, power and evolving discourse in environmental decision making
- 4 Your experience of decision making and environmental decision making
- 5 ‘Freedom to fly?’ A case study in aviation expansion
- 5.1 Introduction
- 5.2 The need for an ‘Aviation White Paper’
- 5.3 The process leading up to the publication of the UK December 2003 Aviation White Paper
- 5.3.1 Structuring the decision-making process
- 5.3.2 How much airport capacity?
- 5.3.3 How will the environmental impact be mitigated or paid for?
- 5.3.4 Response to national consultation
- 5.3.5 Where should the new airport capacity be located?
- 5.3.6 The SERAS process
- 5.3.7 Regional consultation on airport expansion
- 5.4 The December 2003 Aviation White Paper
- 5.5 Reaction to the Aviation White Paper
- 5.6 The future
- 6 The T863 framework for environmental decision making
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