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Knowledge and Environmental Policy Re-imagining the Boundaries of Science and Politics

By: William Ascher, Toddi Steelman and Robert Healy
Publisher: MIT Press
Knowledge and Environmental Policy
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  • Knowledge and Environmental Policy ISBN: 9780262514378 Paperback Aug 2010 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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As the authors of this book point out, the problems in connecting scientific discovery to science-based policy are systemic. The process - currently structured in a futile effort to separate policy from science - is dysfunctional in many respects. The book analyzes this dysfunction and offers recommendations for incorporating formal science and other important types of knowledge into the environmental policymaking process.

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Robert Healy is Professor of Environmental Policy at the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences and Professor of Public Policy Studies at the Terry Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.
By: William Ascher, Toddi Steelman and Robert Healy
Publisher: MIT Press
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This book is a lucid, concise, yet comprehensive primer on how environmental science and policy interact in the governing process and how that interaction can be improved. --Walter A. Rosenbaum, Director Emeritus, Bob Graham Center for Public Service, University of Florida
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