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Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics

Edited By: Charles Davis
214 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Westview Press
Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics
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  • Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics ISBN: 9780813337685 Paperback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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In the US, the `war over the West' being waged between environmentalists and the wise use movement that represents traditional user groups is becoming an increasingly bitter struggle to influence public land use decisions. This book examines Congress's efforts to balance ecological and economic values in the development of federal land policies over the last three decades. Chapters cover the management of rangeland, timber, energy, mineral, and wilderness resources.

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Political organizations and public-lands policy-making, John Freemuth and Gregg Cawley; livestock grazing on public rangelands, Charles Davis; timber production and the national forests, George Hoberg; hard-rock mining, Christopher Klyza; energy development, David H. Davis; national parks, William Lowry; wilderness policy, Craig Allin; political change and policy reform, C. Davis.

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Edited By: Charles Davis
214 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Westview Press
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