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This book addresses aspects of environmental management that raise fundamental questions about governmental roles and the relationship of humans to the environment. It examines the interaction of local and national governments and the strengths and weaknesses of cooperative vs. coercive environmental management, through a focus on the management of natural hazards. Leading experts in the field examine innovative environmental management and planning programs with particular focus on North America and Australia. This book offers an understanding of environmental problems and explores the appropriate policy mix that must be developed for environmental management to strive towards environmental sustainability.