The environmental case : translating values into policy

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The environmental case : translating values into policy

Judith A. Layzer

CQ Press, c2016

4th ed

  • : [pbk.]

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

Through its 15 carefully constructed cases, the book gives readers a first-hand look at some of the most interesting landmark and illuminating new controversies in U.S. environmental policy making. In her new section "New Issues, New Politics," Layzer adds two brand new cases: The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: The High Cost of Offshore Oil; and Fracking Wars: Local and State Responses to Unconventional Shale Gas Development. Lazyer provides maps, tables, figures, questions to consider, recommended readings, and useful websites to help students think critically about environmental policy and to facilitate further research.

目次

Chapter 1: A Policymaking Framework: Defining Problems and Portraying Solutions in U.S. Environmental Politics Two Critical Features of U.S. Environmental Policymaking Major Actors in Environmental Policymaking The Environmental Policymaking Process Case Selection Getting the Most Out of the Cases NotesPart 1: Regulating PollutersChapter 2: The Nation Tackles Air and Water Pollution: The Environmental Protection Agency and the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 3: Love Canal: Hazardous Waste and the Politics of Fear Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 4: Ecosystem-Based Management in the Chesapeake Bay Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 5: Market-Based Solutions: Acid Rain and the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesPart 2: History, Changing Values, and Natural Resource ManagementChapter 6: Oil Versus Wilderness in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 7: Federal Grazing Policy: Some Things Never Change Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 8: Jobs Versus the Environment: Saving the Northern Spotted Owl Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 9: Playground or Paradise? Snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 10: Crisis and Recovery in the New England Fisheries Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 11: The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: The High Cost of Offshore Oil Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesPart 3: New Issues, New PoliticsChapter 12: Climate Change: The Challenges of International Environmental Policymaking Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 13: Cape Wind: If Not Here, Where? If Not Now, When? Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 14: Fracking Wars: Local and State Responses to Unconventional Shale Gas Development Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 15: Making Tradeoffs: Urban Sprawl and the Evolving System of Growth Management in Portland, Oregon Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 16: Hurricane Katrina Hits New Orleans: Disaster, Restoration, and Resilience Background The Case Outcomes Conclusions Questions to Consider NotesChapter 17: Conclusions: Politics, Values, and Environmental Policy Change The Strength of the Status Quo Legislative Policy Change Administrative Policy Change Acknowledging the Role of Values Notes

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