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British Environmental Policy and Europe Politics and Policy in Transition

Edited By: Philip Lowe and Stephen Ward
326 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
British Environmental Policy and Europe
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Explores the consequences of recent pressures and changes. Examining the impact of British concerns, organisations and processes on European environmental policy, and the effects of European integration on domestic environmental politics and structures, the authors analyse a wide range of institutions and policy fields.

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Section I: Introduction 1. Britain in Europe: Themes and Issues in National Environmental Policy, Section II: Britain's Position in European Environmental Policy Making 2. Responding to Europeanisation: A Governmental Perspective, 3. Britain and the European Policy Process, 4. Reflections across the Channel: Britain, France and the Europeanisation of National Environmental Policy Section III: Institutional Dynamics: Challenges and Opportunities in the European Game 5. Domestic Winners and Losers, 6. The Environmental Lobby, 7. Public Inforamtion on the Environment: The Role of the European Environment Agency, 8. Local Authorities, 9. Business Lobbying on the Environment: The Perspective of the Water Sector, Section IV: Policy Debates: Issues, Concepts and Instruments 10. The Impact on the UK Environmental Administration, 11. Waste Management, 12. Nature Conservation, 13. Environmental Planning: Land Use and Landscape Policy. 14. Water Quality, 15. Integrating Pollution Control, Section V: 16. The Lessons to be Learned: The Prospects for the British Environment in Europe

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Edited By: Philip Lowe and Stephen Ward
326 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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