Environmental Governance Reconsidered, 2e

Challenges, Choices, and Opportunities

by Durant, Fiorino, O'Leary

ISBN: 9780262364294 | Copyright 2017

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Contents (pg. ix)
Series Foreword (pg. xi)
Preface (pg. xv)
Introduction (pg. 1)
I Reconceptualizing Purpose (pg. 35)
1 Global Environmental Governance (pg. 43)
2 Sustainability and Environmental Policy (pg. 75)
3 Energy Security (pg. 101)
4 Contested Federalism and Fracking (pg. 133)
II Reconnecting with Citizens and Stakeholders (pg. 165)
5 Global Civil Society (pg. 175)
6 Environmental Justice (pg. 205)
7 Risk, Environmental Governance, and Emerging Biotechnology (pg. 235)
8 Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution (pg. 263)
III Redefining Administrative Rationality (pg. 297)
9 Regulatory Innovation and Change (pg. 307)
10 Regulation-by-Revelation (pg. 337)
11 Retrospective Regulatory Analysis (pg. 369)
Conclusion (pg. 395)
Contributors (pg. 433)
Bibliography (pg. 439)
Index (pg. 499)
Series List (pg. 519)

Robert F. Durant

Robert F. Durant is Professor Emeritus in the School of Public Affairs, American University.

Daniel J. Fiorino

Daniel J. Fiorino is Director of the Center for Environmental Policy in the School of Public Affairs at American University.

Rosemary O'Leary

Rosemary O’Leary is Edwin O. Stene Distinguished Professor in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Kansas.

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