Montana Policy Review
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The Fall 2011 issue titled Community Resiliency and the Built Environment: Innovations and Policy Issues in Montana focuses on how the built environment influences quality of life and economic prosperity across Montana. The built environment refers to the human-made physical structures and supporting infrastructure that provide the setting for human activity. In Montana, these surroundings shape our economic, social, environmental, and public health outcomes. The articles provide the most complete analysis to date of built environment initiatives from the people who have designed, developed, and delivered the programs and plans.
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Lachapelle, P.R., C. Costakis, and D. Clark (Editors). 2011. Community Resiliency and the Built Environment: Innovations and Policy Issues in Montana. Montana Policy Review. 15(2).