Managing the Environment, Managing Ourselves: A History of American Environmental Policy, Second Edition

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Yale University Press, 18 בספט׳ 2006 - 515 עמודים
In this book Richard N. L. Andrews looks at American environmental policy over the past four hundred years, shows how it affects environmental issues and public policy decisions today, and poses the central policy challenges for the future. This second edition brings the book up to date through President George W. Bush's first term and gives the current state of American environmental politics and policy.

“A guide to what every organizational decision maker, public and private, needs to know in an era in which environmental issues have become global.”—Lynton K. Caldwell, Public Administration Review

"A wonderful text for students and scholars of environmental history and environmental policy.”—William L. Andreen, Environmental History

 

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1 Environment and Governance
1
European Colonization and Trade
14
Environment as Property
28
4 The Constitutional Framework
51
Commercial Development as EnvironmentalPolicy
71
The Beginnings of Public Management
94
7 Public Health and Urban Sanitation
109
Conservation in the Public Interest
136
12 Nationalizing Pollution Control
227
13 Reform or Reaction? The Politics of the Pendulum
255
14 The Unfinished Business of National Environmental Policy
284
15 Environmental Policy in a Global Economy
317
16 The Era of Base Politics
350
17 Managing the Environment Managing Ourselves
396
Chronology
411
Notes
437

Subgovernments and Stakeholders
154
10 Superpower and Supermarket
179
11 The Rise of Modern Environmentalism
201

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Richard N. L. Andrews is Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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