By: Jeffrey Broadbent
418 pages, 13 line illus
Provides a detailed examination of the Japanese political process and environmental policy showing how social, cultural, and political economic factors interacted to affect Japan's environmental damage and partial restoration from 1955 to 1995.
'An essential and original contribution to the understanding of modern Japan.' Mutations Asiatiques '... an excellently researched and clearly written contribution to the study of comparative and international environmental politics.' Asian Journal of Political Science
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