9781315188157 (e-book) 1315188155 9781351742252 1351742256 9781351742238 135174223X
"This title was first published in 2002. Environmental Policy is an astute and far-reaching text which analyzes the intersections between environmental policy formation and its ultimate implementation and enforcement through the law. It sets this theme against the axis of EU law and policy and UK law and policy, paying particular attention to the variables which determine the nature and significance of law as a delivery vehicle?. Among these variables are the shape and character of EU and UK law for present purposes, alternatives to law, and the culture of UK law and policy aiding a distinct pattern of response to Directives, for example. It takes an informed look at the reality of implementation and enforcement through its reference to policy objectives as well as the limits and appropriateness of law across the aforementioned axis?. An indispensable resource for scholars and students of environmental law and policy, along with governmental and other environmental agencies responsible for policy creation, implementation and enforcement."--Provided by publisher.
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Chapter 1 The Development of Law and Policy chapter 2 Structures for Policy Implementation and Enforcement chapter 3 Policy, Principle and Law chapter 4 The Role of the Courts chapter 5 Policy Priorities and the Law chapter 6 Economic Instruments, Law and Policy chapter 7 Modes of Environmental Control chapter 8 Developing Law and Policy for Pollution Control chapter 9 Developing Law and Policy for Amenity Control chapter 10 Case Study.
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