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Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics: Prospects for Leadership and Innovation

ISBN: 9780195429053
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Edition: 3
Publication Date: 2009-08-10
Number of pages: 296
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An essential collection of original articles focusing on governments in Canada and their environmental policy-making activities, Canadian Environmental Policy describes and analyzes policy goals, policy instrument choices, and outcomes. The text is divided into four parts: part one analyzes the environmental movement in Canada and the influence of environmental issues on voting patterns; part two examines next-generation environmental policy and the obstacles to and possibilities for these changes; part three assesses environmental governance at multiple levels; and part four presents several important case studies in particular policy areas. Written in a clear, engaging style, this third edition has been completely updated with chapters focusing on the 2008 federal election, changing water policy, and the Kyoto Accord making this relevant resource indispensable for students studying environmental policy in Canada.

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