Transport Policy and the Environment: Six Case Studies
Jean-Philippe Barde, Kenneth John Button
Earthscan, 1990 - Environmental policy - 211 pages
The growing concern about environmental pollution has forced Governments to look for more efficient ways of protecting the environment. Transport and in particular motor vehicles, are a major source of pollution and in the developed world, accounts for 30% of energy consumption. There are a number of countries in which tentative policies dealing with this are emerging.
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Introduction JeanPhilippe Barde and Kenneth Button
The United States Elizabeth Deakin
The Federal Republic of Germany Urich Blum
France Claude Lamure and Emile Quinet
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