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The environmental case : translating values into policy
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Éditeur CQ Press
Année c2012
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The environmental case : translating values into policy
Édition
3rd ed.
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Description
1 vol. (XXI-591 p.): : ill., cartes ; 23 X 16cm.
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Notes bibliogr. Index
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Classification Dewey
363.7/0560973
Contenu
A policymaking framework: defining problems and portraying solutions in U.S. environmental politics -- The nation tackles pollution: the environmental protection agency and the clean air and clean water acts -- Love Canal: hazardous waste and the politics of fear -- Community activism and environmental justice: the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative -- Oil versus wilderness in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge -- Federal grazing policy: some things never change -- Jobs versus the environment: saving the northern spotted owl -- Playground or paradise? Snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park -- Crisis and recovery in the New England fisheries -- Climate change: the challenges of international environmental policymaking -- Cape Wind: if not here, where? If not now, when? -- Trade versus the environment: dolphins, turtles, and global economic expansion -- Backlash: wise use, property rights, and antienvironmental activitism in the 1990s -- Market-based solutions: acid rain and the clean air act amendments of 1990 -- Ecosystem-based management in the Chesapeake Bay -- Making tradeoffs: urban sprawl and the evolving system of growth management in Portland, Oregon -- Hurricane Katrina hits New Orleans: disaster, restoration, and resilience -- Conclusions: politics, values, and environmental policy change.
ISBN
978-1-60426-612-2
1604266120 (alk. paper)
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