Negotiating Environmental Agreements in Europe: Critical Factors for Success

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Marc de Clercq
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 405 pages
This book aims to further advance analysis on Negotiated Environmental Agreements (NEAs) in a multi-disciplinary and co-ordinated way. The authors advocate increased use of NEAs as policy instruments to deal with environmental problems.
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Contents

1 Introduction
3
2 Theoretical Reflections on the Proliferation of Negotiated Agreement
9
Twelve Case Studies on European Negotiated Agreements
65
3 SelfCommitment on the Collection and Recovery of Spent Batteries and the Reduction of Mercury Content in Batteries
67
4 The Voluntary Pledge Regarding the Environmentally Sound Management of EndofLife Vehicles
87
5 The Belgian Agreement upon the Collection and Recycling of Batteries
113
6 Agreements on the Use of CFCs in France
131
7 The Agreement on the Quality of Gasoline in Italy
151
10 The Disposal of White and Brown Goods in the Netherlands
218
11 The Energy Efficiency Agreement with the UK Chemical Industries Association
241
12 Dutch Covenant Regulating the Reduction of Sulphur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide Emissions by the Power Generation Industry
267
13 The Belgian Electricity Agreement
287
14 The Province Of Vicenza Negotiated Agreements
314
Bringing Theory and Practice Together an Evaluation of the Studied Agreements
333
15 Comparative Evaluation of the Case Studies
335
16 General Conclusions and Policy Recommendations
386

Domestic Packaging Waste in France
170
9 The UK Farm Films Producers Group
197

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