By: Walter A Rosenbaum
372 pages, no illustrations
With a critical, even-handed approach, Rosenbaum explains how environmental policy is made and what political forces and actors shape it. This edition provides an account of major policy changes during the Bush and Clinton administrations, and emerging domestic issues, such as the environmental problems at military nuclear weapons facilities.
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