By: A Weale
The authors, two of Europe's leading environmental policy analysts, argue that the new politics of pollution are best understood within a framework of social learning theory. Policy developments must be seen as attempts by governments to learn how to cope with novel and challenging problems. They draw on a wide range of national experiences exploring the rise of internationalism in pollution control strategies, and the role of international agencies such as the European Community.
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