Pathways for environmental evaluation : a walk in the ( Hanging ) Gardens of Babylon

@inproceedings{Connor2000PathwaysFE,
  title={Pathways for environmental evaluation : a walk in the ( Hanging ) Gardens of Babylon},
  author={Connor},
  year={2000}
}
The paper gives a methodological overview of The VALSE Project, which was a European programme of research into valuation procedures for aiding the formulation and evaluation of sustainability policy. A notion of ‘valuation from the point of view of Complexity’ is built up through emphasising the permanent co-existence of multiple perspectives and, more particularly, the permanent possibility of shifts in perspective. Scientific enquiries and analyses are ‘tested’ — validated or invalidated… CONTINUE READING

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