By: Albert Weale, Geoffrey Pridham, Michelle Cini and Dimitrio Konstadakopulos
525 pages, Figs, tabs
Offers for the first time a complete account of European environmental policy combining both the EU and national dimension.
Introduction; PART 1: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION; Introduction to Part I; Plan of Part I; 1. The Single Market and the Environment: From Issue Linkage to Political Choice; 2. Programmes, Principles and Policies; 3. Actors and Institutions in Environmental Governance; 4. Patterns of Governance in the European Union; PART II: COMPARATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN EUROPE; Introduction to Part II; 5. National Policies on the Environment: Evolution, Principles and Style; 6. The Institutionalisation of Environmental Policy; 7. Domestic Politics and Society-Related Variables; 8. National Systems and Multi-Level Governance: Convergence through Compliance?; 9. Convergent and Divergent Trends in European Environmental Policy; Comparative Trends; PART III: CASE STUDIES IN THE POLICY PROCESS; Introduction to Part III; 10. Water Quality and European Environmental Governance; 11. Pollution Control and Multilevel Governance; 12. Packaging and Packaging Waste; PART IV: MODELS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE; Introduction to Part IV; 13. Understanding European Environmental Governance; 14. North and South in the European Union: From Diffusion to Learning?; 15. Competing Models of European Environmental Governance; Bibliography
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