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Acid Earth: The Politics of Acid Pollution

By: John McCormick

190 pages, Tabs

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Paperback | Dec 1997 | Edition: 3 | #60566 | ISBN: 1853832987
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Hardback | Dec 1997 | Edition: 3 | #60565 | ISBN: 1853833029
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About this book

A comprehensive and valuable study. Published in conjunction with the WWF.

This text offers a lucid account of the debate and a comprehensive summary. [It is] a very solid primer on the general issue of acidification which undergraduate students will find very useful. -- Environmental Politics


Contents

Part 1 The dimensions of acidification: acid emissions; acid damage; acid controls; acid politics. Part 2 National and regional experiences: Britain; the EU; Russia and Eastern Europe; North America; the newly-industrializing countries.

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Biography

John McCormick is associate professor of political science at the Indianapolis campus of Indiana University.

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