American and comparative environmental policy.
Formatted Contents Note
Environmental policy beyond gridlock Creating the current institutional landscape of environmental policymaking Regulatory reform, reconciliation, and rough riders : environmental policymaking in Congress National monuments, roadless forests, and aging electric utilities : executive policymaking through statutory discretion and rulemaking From "who has standing?" to "who is left standing?" : the courts and environmental policymaking in the era of gridlock The collaborative pathway in environmental policymaking The states and environmental policy : junior partner, next generation innovator, passionate advocate, or all of the above? Gridlock, green drift, and the future of environmental politics.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -379) and index.