2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in South Africa Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Impact assessment, Management science, Engineering ethics, Process and Environmental planning. His study in Impact assessment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Health impact assessment, Strengths and weaknesses, Public economics and Public relations. He combines subjects such as Ignorance and Risk analysis with his study of Management science.
His work carried out in the field of Engineering ethics brings together such families of science as Best practice and Normative. The Process study combines topics in areas such as Public participation and Post-normal science. His Environmental planning study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nuclear decommissioning.
Alan Bond focuses on Environmental planning, Impact assessment, Environmental resource management, Context and Management science. His research integrates issues of Quality, Process and Public participation in his study of Environmental planning. His Impact assessment research integrates issues from Strengths and weaknesses, Public economics, Engineering ethics and Process management.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Conceptual framework and Best practice in addition to Engineering ethics. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental economics and Corporate governance. Among his research on Management science, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Sustainability organizations, Pluralism and Business decision mapping.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental planning, Context, Best practice, Biodiversity and Quality. Environmental planning and Forest management are frequently intertwined in his study. He integrates many fields in his works, including Context, Enforcement, Sample, Environmental governance, Transparency and Engineering ethics.
Alan Bond combines subjects such as Suite, Corporate governance and Stakeholder engagement with his study of Best practice. His Biodiversity study overlaps with Baseline, Professional conduct, Process, Rigour and Management practices. Alan Bond has included themes like Supply chain, Control and Content analysis in his Quality study.
His primary scientific interests are in Best practice, Neoliberalism, Legitimacy, Positive economics and Scientific evidence. His Best practice research incorporates elements of Stakeholder engagement, Process management and Environmental planning.
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Sustainability assessment: the state of the art
Alan Bond;Angus Morrison-Saunders;Jenny Pope.
The interminable issue of effectiveness: substantive purposes, outcomes and research challenges in the advancement of environmental impact assessment theory
Matthew Asa Cashmore;Richard Gwilliam;Richard Morgan;Dick Cobb.
Re-evaluating sustainability assessment: Aligning the vision and the practice
Alan J. Bond;Angus Morrison-Saunders.
Advancing the theory and practice of impact assessment: Setting the research agenda
Jenny Pope;Jenny Pope;Alan Bond;Alan Bond;Angus Morrison-Saunders;Angus Morrison-Saunders;Francois Retief.
Health impact assessment international best practice principles: Special publication series no 5
R Quigley;L. den Broeder;P Furu;A Bond.
A novel, integrated approach to assessing social, economic and environmental implications of changing rural land-use: A case study of perennial biomass crops
Alison J. Haughton;Alan J. Bond;Andrew A. Lovett;Trudie Dockerty.
Conceptualising the effectiveness of impact assessment processes
Chaunjit Chanchitpricha;Alan Bond;Alan Bond.
Health impact assessment: the state of the art
Ben Harris-Roxas;Francesca Viliani;Alan Bond;Ben Cave.
Strengthening impact assessment: a call for integration and focus
Angus Morrison-Saunders;Jenny Pope;Jill A.E. Gunn;Alan Bond.
The role and functioning of environmental assessment: theoretical reflections upon an empirical investigation of causation.
Matthew Asa Cashmore;Alan Bond;Dick Cobb.
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