Reducing Toxics: A New Approach To Policy And Industrial Decisionmaking

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Robert Gottlieb
Island Press, Apr 22, 2013 - Nature - 460 pages
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In Reducing Toxics, leading experts address industry, technology, health, and policy issues and explore the potential for pollution prevention at the industry and facility levels. They consider both the regulatory and institutional settings of toxics reduction initiatives, prescribe strategies for developing a prevention framework, and apply these principles in analyzing industry case studies. Among the topics considered are: the evolution of, and limits to, current environmental policy incorporating prevention into production planning and decisionmaking do voluntary programs lead to industry greening or greenwashing? case studies of the chemical, aerosols, radiator repair and electric vehicle industries opportunities for and barriers to pollution prevention Reducing Toxics offers an analytic framework for defining and understanding different approaches in the toxics area and describes the basis for a new policy and industrial decisionmaking construct.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Evolution of Policy
7
Opportunities and Limits for Pollution Prevention
167
Glossary of Acronyms
429
Index
433
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Robert Gottlieb is Coordinator of the Environmental Analysis and Policy area of the Department of Urban Planning at UCLA.

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