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Creating sustainable metropolitan communities in the twenty-first century will pose great challenges for Michigan and other states in the region. ISBN-13: 978-0870138508.
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His book, Sustaining Michigan: Metropolitan Policies and Strategies with Gary Sands was published in 2009 by MSU Press. Professor Jelier joined the faculty in the fall of 1995 after receiving a dual P. He has served as a principal investigator on a number of funded grant projects with the Dyer-Ives Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation and other organizations. from Michigan State University in Political Science-Urban Studies. While at GVSU, Dr. Jelier has had an active service record.
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Creating sustainable metropolitan communities in the twenty-first century will pose great challenges for Michigan and other states in the region. Sustaining Michigan links critical, cutting-edge scholarship to pressing issues facing Michigan's metropolitan communities and increases understanding of the key economic, environmental, social, and political reasons for why change is underway, the challenges to the current system, and the difficulty for Michigan in making substantive changes. Key metropolitan policies and strategies are organized around sustainability principles of the triple bottom line: economic prosperity, environmental stewardship, and social good. Remarkable in the breadth of its collaboration, this volume includes a range of academics from across the state who are evaluating existing policies that will define Michigan's future. The well being of our state may very well depend on the critical knowledge and understanding of the complex issues addressed in this volume to affect both the current and next generation of decision makers.