Quoting from Lesley Garner:
Change is inevitable. Nothing stays still. Life is in constant motion from the molecular to the planetary level and we are changing right along with it.
Readings on Community Change, Development, Growth:
- Walker, Amanda J., and Robert L. Ryan. “Place attachment and landscape preservation in rural New England: A Maine case study.” Landscape and urban planning 86.2 (2008): 141-152.
- Smith, Michael D., and Richard S. Krannich. ““Culture Clash”Revisited: Newcomer and Longer‐Term Residents’ Attitudes Toward Land Use, Development, and Environmental Issues in Rural Communities in the Rocky Mountain West.” Rural Sociology 65.3 (2000): 396-421.
- Corburn, Jason. “Community knowledge in environmental health science: co-producing policy expertise.” Environmental Science & Policy 10.2 (2007): 150-161.
- Dannenberg, Andrew L., et al. “The impact of community design and land-use choices on public health: a scientific research agenda.” American journal of public health 93.9 (2003): 1500-1508.
- Henriques, Irene, and Perry Sadorsky. “The relationship between environmental commitment and managerial perceptions of stakeholder importance.” Academy of management Journal 42.1 (1999): 87-99.
- Marans, Robert W. “Understanding environmental quality through quality of life studies: the 2001 DAS and its use of subjective and objective indicators.” Landscape and Urban Planning 65.1 (2003): 73-83.