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Regions - Bioregionalism: A pragmatic European perspective - As "biophysical and ecological considerations ... have not been (basic) criteria to define regional structure and development ... in major European countries (or) the EU" there is need for the adoption of a more realistic interpretation of the concept of bioregionalism, "as a continuum of approaches toward regional development, leading from curative, re-active concepts of nature restoration to preventive, pro-active concepts of nature conservation and sustainable economic development."

1st Person: Simonis, Udo E.
Source: in Ekistics : reviews on the problems and science of human settlements Vol. 64, No. 382-384 (1997), p. 67-72
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Type of Publication: Article
Published: 1997
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