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The Effectiveness of European Union Environmental Policy

By: Wyn Grant, Duncan Matthews and Peter Newell
237 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Macmillan
The Effectiveness of European Union Environmental Policy
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About this book

Several hundred directives on environmental policy have been produced by the European Union. What impact has the output of the "legislative factory" had? After considering how decisions on environmental policy in the EU are made, and the balance of power between business and environmental interests, this book draws on the specialist expertise of the authors to look in depth at the areas of global warming, water pollution and air pollution.

Contents

Preface - Introduction - Making Environmental Policy - Business and Environmental Interests - Implementation and Enforcement - The EU as an External Actor - The Climate Change Policy of the European Union - Water Policy - Air Pollution - Conclusion - Index

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Biography

WYN GRANT is Professor of Politics at the University of Warwick and was Marshall-Monnet Fellow at the University of Washington, Seattle, in the Spring of 1999. His publications include The Common Agricultural Policy, Pressure Groups and British Politics, and Autos, Smog and Pollution Control. - DUNCAN MATTHEWS is Jean Monnet Lecturer in the Law and Politics of European Integration at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick. - PETER NEWELL is Governance Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
By: Wyn Grant, Duncan Matthews and Peter Newell
237 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Macmillan
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'...an excellent handbook on the development and implementation of European Community environmental policy.' - Environment
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