Breaking the NIMBY
Law of Attraction begins with understanding that corporate developers who ignore, overlook or underestimate the community-at-large, the same community that grants the license to operate, is essentially increasing the risk of NIMBY
Often defined as NIMBY
(not in my back yard), land-use and environmental disputes in the past twenty years or so have intensified to the extent that the public is more aware of current urban land-use planning practices.
The persistence of NIMBY
disputes represents a failure of the political process.
, like any other social phenomenon or movement, is time-sensitive.
Hoyden Lesbirel's book, NIMBY
Politics in Japan: Energy Siting and The Management of Environmental Conflict, is a detailed account of power plant siting disputes in post-war Japan.
They did a nice job, balancing interviews with people from the show, including me, with the NIMBY
On Friday, 29 June, attendees will have the opportunity to experience The NIMBY
Experience's advanced screening and red carpet event hosted by Pick It Up Pictures.
This was a mistake as the government has given in to the bullying NIMBY
This scheme conforms with the intricate laws on planning, and the community should be working with the planners and developers, not taking a NIMBY
Not In My Backyard", or NIMBY
, is a term used to describe a person or group of people who strongly oppose new development in their communities.
It's a classic NIMBY
(Not In My Back Yard) problem and the planning authorities will have a judgement of Solomon before them.
Is there strong NIMBY
(Not In My Backyard) opposition to wind power?
attitude will do nothing to promote the many positive aspects of life in Scotland.
Last month's cover story (which is continued this month in a feature beginning on page 36) examined the NIMBY
(not in my back yard) attitude as it affects recycling facility operators.
With the advent of social media, NIMBY
(Not In My Back Yard) groups have been given several unrestricted forums for opposing business initiatives.