Sustainable Development for Public Administration
This book is co-authored by John R. Bartle, UNO faculty member.
This groundbreaking text focuses on the application of sustainability and sustainable development theories to public administration practice. It's designed to guide planning, resource management, and outcomes measurement for future and current non-profit and public managers.
The book introduces sustainable development and related theories; ties these theories to public administration practice; and elaborates on applications to specific PA specializations including energy management, transportation, water, waste management, urban development, wildlife conservation, and higher education. It also includes a chapter specifically geared to outcome measurement of sustainability goals in public and non-profit agencies.
Armonk, New York
Leuenberger, Deniz Zeynep and Bartle, John R., "Sustainable Development for Public Administration" (2009). Faculty Books and Monographs. 17.