Environmental policy: new directions for the twenty-first century
Contains 17 contributions, written by American professors of political science, economics, law, environmental studies, and other fields, organized into five sections: environmental policy and changing US environmental politics; the role of federal institutions in environmental policymaking; dilemmas in environmental policy formulation and implementation; global and domestic issues and controversies; and a conclusion, defining an agenda of major environmental issues and new policymaking approaches.
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