Kirkpatrick, JB, Developers and politicians can't ignore people's love for a place, The Mercury, Hobart, Australia, 18 June 2017 (2017) [Newspaper Article]
People fall in love with places.
Politicians and planners who ignore these love affairs do so at their peril.
The attachments of people to Lake Pedder, Battery Point, the Franklin River, Ralphs Bay, the Tamar Valley, Freycinet National Park, kunanyi, and the forests of the Florentine and Tarkine make those in love very upset when developers want to make money by trashing their loved ones, even if environmental assessments reveal no "values" in the conventional sense.
|Item Type:||Newspaper Article|
|Research Division:||Biological Sciences|
|Research Field:||Terrestrial Ecology|
|Objective Group:||Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity|
|Objective Field:||Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity of environments not elsewhere classified|
|Author:||Kirkpatrick, JB (Professor James Kirkpatrick)|
|Deposited By:||Geography and Spatial Science|
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