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Environment and Planning

Environment and Planning Environment and Planning, 1969, volume 1, pages 1-2 Editorial This is a time of rapid development in environmental planning techniques. Planners and researchers in any one country have much to learn from work in others. Approaches to environmental research and planning are becoming increasingly scientific and inter­ disciplinary. No existing journal appears to provide an adequate forum for these trends. The publishers of this journa l aim to reflect the scientific and inter-disciplinary trends, and to provide an international forum for the presentation of research outputs. Research in this field is concerned both with the analysis and systematic study of cities and regions at various scales, and with planning processes themselves. There are many possible approaches ranging from statistical analysis to the development, testing, and use of advanced theories. Many disciplines contribute: geography, sociology, economics, political science, town and country planning, mathematics and statistics are only a few. The journal will contain contributions representing all these approaches and will be concerned, ultimately, to foster an integrated inter-disciplinary approach to the problems of city and regional planning. Topics to be covered include studies of the entire economic, social and spatial structure of cities and regions, and in particular, studies of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environment and Planning A SAGE

Environment and Planning

Environment and Planning A , Volume 1 (1): 2 – Jun 1, 1969

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1969 SAGE Publications
ISSN
0308-518X
eISSN
1472-3409
DOI
10.1068/a010001
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Abstract

Environment and Planning, 1969, volume 1, pages 1-2 Editorial This is a time of rapid development in environmental planning techniques. Planners and researchers in any one country have much to learn from work in others. Approaches to environmental research and planning are becoming increasingly scientific and inter­ disciplinary. No existing journal appears to provide an adequate forum for these trends. The publishers of this journa l aim to reflect the scientific and inter-disciplinary trends, and to provide an international forum for the presentation of research outputs. Research in this field is concerned both with the analysis and systematic study of cities and regions at various scales, and with planning processes themselves. There are many possible approaches ranging from statistical analysis to the development, testing, and use of advanced theories. Many disciplines contribute: geography, sociology, economics, political science, town and country planning, mathematics and statistics are only a few. The journal will contain contributions representing all these approaches and will be concerned, ultimately, to foster an integrated inter-disciplinary approach to the problems of city and regional planning. Topics to be covered include studies of the entire economic, social and spatial structure of cities and regions, and in particular, studies of

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Environment and Planning ASAGE

Published: Jun 1, 1969

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