The 11 volumes in this set, originally published between 1982 and 1995, draw together research by leading academics in the area of environmental policy and provides a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine international policy, impact assessment, and future environmental planning. This set will be of particular interest to students of Environmental Studies.
Table of Contents
1. Protecting the Periphery: Environmental Policy in Peripheral Regions of the European Union Susan Baker, Kay Milton and Steven Yearley (1994) 2. Environmental Policy and Impact Assessment in Japan Brendan F. D. Barrett and Riki Therivel (1991) 3. Dilemmas: Coping with Environmental Problems Graham Bennett (1992) 4. The Greening of Machiavelli: The Evolution of International Environmental Politics Tony Brenton (1994) 5. Risks and Opportunities: Managing Environmental Conflict and Change Valerie Brown, David Ingle Smith, Rob Wiseman and John Handmer (1995) 6. Property Rights in the Defence of Nature Elizabeth Brubaker (1995) 7. Valued Environments John R. Gold and Jacquelin Burgess (1982) 8. The Quest for World Environmental Co-operation: The Case of the UN Global Environment Monitoring System Branislav Gosovic (1992) 9. The Earth Summit Agreements: A Guide and Assessment: An Analysis of the Rio '92 UN Conference on Environment and Development Michael Grubb, Matthias Koch, Abby Munson, Francis Sullivan, Koy Thomson (1993) 10. Probability is All We Have: Uncertainties, Delays, and Environmental Policy Making James K. Hammitt (1990) 11. Earth Follies: Feminism, Politics and the Environment Joni Seager (1993)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field