How Context Matters: Linking Environmental Policy to People and Place

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Kumarian Press, 1999 - Political Science - 222 pages
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* Constructs a new framework for better understanding environment and development policies
* Consists of Northern and Southern examples to illustrate how context-specific policy can succeed

How Context Matterspresents a distinctive explanation of how to formulate and implement environmental policy designed to protect natural resources and promote sustainable development practices. Honadle identifies specific elements of natural resource conditions and the social and political settings that present opportunities, create implementation hurdles, and affect policy performance.

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George Honadle

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