Green Gold: Japan, Germany, the United States, and the Race for Environmental Technology

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Beacon Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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A crucial argument for today's environmentalists—startling proof that environmental regulation and environmental technologies are necessary for a strong economy.
 

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In eight chapters, Moore and Miller describe the U.S. indifference toward environmental technologies often developed with taxpayer funding through the Department of Defense, Environmental Protection ... Read full review

Contents

Germanys Miracle
19
Japanese Opportunism
39
The World Market and American Decline
59
U S Policy Failures
79
California Sunshine
105
Wheels
127
Clean Power Technologies and Cleaner Fuels
141
The Inevitable Solution
154
Green Prophets
179
Facing the Future Policy Recommendations
194
Epilogue
213
Notes
223
Index
265
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