Managing Environmental Change: A Legal and Behavioral Perspective

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Praeger, 1976 - Law - 217 pages

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Contents

Chapter
1
A SHORT WORD ON THE RESEARCH STUDY
14
AN OVERVIEW
22
TWO CASE STUDIES
41
POLICY IMPLICATIONS
123
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
153
A THE MICHIGAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
161
TECHNICAL APPENDIX AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER
172
SUMMARY OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RESPONSE TO MEPA
183
DNR WRC
187
H SAMPLE ANALYSES OF H B 3055
193
PARTIAL LIST OF AGENCY PRIMARY RESOURCE MATERIAL
201
INDEX
215
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About the author (1976)

Joseph F. C. DiMento is Director of the Newkirk Center for Science and Society, Professor of Planning, Policy, and Design, and Professor of Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine. He is the author of "The Global Environment and International Law" and other books.

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