'As we strive to implement sustainable development, we must share experience of how green plans can work, as Huey D. Johnson has done here. Green Plans is a necessary book that many of us need to read' - Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prime Minister of Norway. 'A balanced, well-written argument for a mutually beneficial plan for enabling sustainable [industrial] development while protecting environmental quality' - "Choice". 'Persuasive and urgent' - RECIEL: Review of European Community and International Environmental Law.'Green plans' are the most effective strategies yet developed for moving from industrial environmental deterioration to postindustrial sustainability. Huey D. Johnson provides the first detailed and understandable examination of the theory, implementation, and performance of green plans in the Netherlands, Canada, and New Zealand. Plans being considered in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, and the European Community are also discussed. Green plans will serve future generations as models of creative collaboration between government and business. Huey D.Johnson is founder and president of the Resource Renewal Institute in San Francisco. David R. Brower, the first executive director of the Sierra Club and cofounder of Friends of the Earth, is the author of numerous books including "For Earth's Sake".