1987 年 15 巻 p. 92-98
Physical factors given or controlled by many administrative planning and management procedures are integrated in a region and form living environment there. Miscoordinations in this total integration process of planning and control system cause environmental conflicts in the region, which usually are cared for one by one in the lowest level of control under the name of environmental policy.To emerge from this symptomatic treatment policy, environmental planning procedure, that is intrinsically “bottom up” style, should find some compromising way with other rather “top down” style physical planning procedures.
Traffic pollution, that is urgent and typical urban environmental problem nowadays and is discussed in the context of establishing control plan for it among local governments, embodies most those miscoordinating situations. This report, taking it as a case, discusses how the compromising measures should be developed to establish realistic, effective environmental planning process.Development of macro indices that can be used in each planning stages of other administrative plans, and utilization of information system to grasp the situation through all those integrating stages are proposed to be of use for this coordination.