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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Environmental politics and policy.
Boston : McGraw-Hill, ©2003
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brent Steel; Richard L Clinton; Nicholas P Lovrich
|Description:||xiv 317 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||PrefaceChapter 1: The World of Environmental Politics and PolicyThe Nature of Environmental IssuesAn International and Comparative Approach to Environmental Politics and PolicyCompeting Environmental and Natural Resource ParadigmsDriving Forces of Environmental Politics and PolicyInstitutions and Actors in Environmental PolicyA Review of Policy ModelsSummary/Terms and Concepts/Notes/ReferencesChapter 2: Science, Scientists and Environmental Politics and Policy Science and the Scientific ProcessScience and the Policy ProcessThe Democracy Versus Technocracy QuandaryBrief Introduction to the Science of EcologySummary/Terms and Concepts/Note/ReferencesChapter 3: Environmental Politics and Policy in Postindustrial CountriesWhat are Postindustrial Nations?Driving Forces of Environmental Politics and Policy Actors, Institutions, and the Environmental Policy Process in Postindustrial Democracies Environmental Politics and Policy in the European UnionEU Institutions and Environmental PolicyEU Environmental Programs and PoliciesSummary/Terms and Concepts/ReferencesChapter 4: Environmental Politics and Policy in the United StatesA Brief History of the Environmental Policy and Ethics of the United StatesSome Current Environmental Trends in the United StatesDriving Forces of Environmental Politics and PolicyThe Context of Environmental Politics and Policy in the United States: Culture and Governmental StructureInterest Groups in the Environmental Policy Process Conflicting Views of Environmental Policy Models in the United StatesSummary/Terms and Concepts/Note/ReferencesChapter 5: Environmental Politics and Policies in the Developing CountriesBrief Overview of Current Environmental ConditionsWhat are the Least Developed and Industrializing Countries?Driving Forces of Environmental Politics and PolicyAfricaLatin AmericaAsiaLessons LearnedSummary/Terms and Concepts/Note/ReferencesChapter 6 Environmental Politics and Policy in Post-Communist Countries with Valentina FomenkoThe Environmental Legacy of CommunismBrief Overview of Current Environmental ConditionsDriving Forces Actors Environmental Policy Process Environmental Policy in RussiaSummary/Terms and Concepts/ReferencesChapter 7: International Environmental Law and BeyondIntroduction to International Environmental LawInstitutions and ActorsCase Studies Summary/Terms and Concepts /ReferencesChapter 8 Emerging Issues in Environmental Politics and Policy with Valentina FomenkoEcosystem ManagementDeep EcologyWomen and the EnvironmentEnvironmental JusticeMarket-Based Approaches to the EnvironmentBuddhism and the EnvironmentSummary /Terms and Concepts/ReferencesGlossaryList of AcronymsWebsitesIndex|
|Responsibility:||Brent S. Steel, Richard L. Clinton, Nicholas P. Lovrich.|