|School:||University of Northern British Columbia|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Environmental Planning|
|Field of Study:||City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
|Description:||The major in Natural Resources Planning is designed to provide students with an understanding of the complexities of including the natural and cultural environment in planning decision-making. The major is intended to address both project-level and large-scale environmental planning issues that occur in developments that impact the natural environment.
The objective of this major is to familiarize students with planning and decision-making in a variety of sectors that include provincial land use planning, environmental assessment, watershed planning and integrated resource and environmental management. These areas of planning are characterised by complex and intricate problems that revolve around how to use our natural resources and who should decide. The multidimensional aspects of environmental management include natural and cultural complexity, different desired futures, value differences, assessment and monitoring tools, and integration methods. This major emphasizes an understanding of planning in both the substantive realm (natural and social sciences) and the procedural realm (the process of including people in the decision-making process).
|URL:||Planning – Natural Resources Planning at University of Northern British Columbia|
|Cost per year:*||
|Careers:||Urban and Land Use Planners|
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