This major annual publication provides a state-of-the-art survey of contemporary research on environmental and resource economics by some of the leading experts in the field. The critical issues addressed in this year's volume include: Âª the management of high seas fisheries Âª choosing environmental risks Âª the stability and design of international environmental agreements Âª managing environmental risk through insurance Âª motor vehicles and the environment Âª recreation demand models Âª stated preference methods for environmental valuation Âª pollution control policy in developing countries.
This sweeping study traces the development of water policy in the United States from the 19th century to the present day, exploring the role of legislation in appropriating access to water to the American people.
Consolidates difficult-to-locate documents on United States water policy
Covers topics as diverse as water doctrine, water rights, pollution control, wildlife conservation, invasive species regulation, and environmental damage mitigation
Describes the impact of climate change on water supply and safety
Focuses solely on the water issues affecting the United States
Almost all aspects of modern politics have been deeply Europeanized, yet we know surprisingly little about how the EU affects the inner workings of national government. This book conceptualizes the profound Europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's contribution to that process. By combining political theories of the EU with new empirical research, Andrew Jordan offers a genuinely fresh perspective on the evolution of modern European governance.
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