Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning

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The Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning is a professional degree that seeks to integrate the disciplines of Urban planning, Environmental planning and Natural resource management. It is similar to the Bachelor of Environmental Studies offered by various schools in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Kenya, but is designed to give effect to the Resource Management Act 1991.

Institutions awarding Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning degrees[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Massey University: The School of People, Environment & Planning: Resource & Environmental Planning
  2. ^ University of Waikato: Arts and Social Sciences: Geography, Tourism & Environmental Planning: Resources and Environmental Planning (REP)