By Daniel A. Mazmanian, Michael E. Kraft
This research of U.S. environmental coverage deals a conceptual framework that serves as a important roadmap to the array of legislation, courses, and methods constructed during the last 4 a long time. Combining case reviews and theoretical dialogue, the e-book perspectives environmental coverage within the context of 3 epochs: the increase of command-and-control federal legislation within the Nineteen Seventies, the interval of efficiency-based reform efforts that undefined, and the newer pattern towards sustainable improvement and built-in methods at neighborhood and local degrees. It assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the recent ways and areas those experiments in the higher framework of an rising pattern towards group sustainability. towards Sustainable groups assesses environmental coverage successes and screw ups on the subnational, neighborhood, and nation degrees and gives 8 case reports of coverage arenas during which differences were occurring--from air and water pollutants keep an eye on and country and native weather swap coverage to open area maintenance, city development, and nearby surroundings administration. It discusses a number of the meanings of sustainability and even if the idea that can function a beginning for a brand new period of environmental coverage. the second one version has been considerably up to date, with 5 new chapters (including the bankruptcy on weather swap) and all different chapters revised and shortened. it really is compatible as a major or secondary textual content for environmental coverage classes and as a source for students and policymakers.
Contributors: Elisa Barbour, Michele M. Betsill, Daniel J. Fiorino, Marc Gaden, Lamont C. Hempel, Michael E. Kraft, William D. Leach, Mark Lubell, Daniel A. Mazmanian, Nicole Nakagawa, Kent E. Portney, Daniel Press, Paul A. Sabatier, Barry G. Rabe, Michael B. Teitz
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2 Conceptual and Analytical Challenges in Building Sustainable Communities Lamont C. Hempel Whether viewed as a universal truth about intergenerational justice and interspecies harmony or as a half-baked attempt to make a virtue out of mere endurance, the idea of sustainability has successfully invaded the rhetoric, if not the substance, of public debate. It has become a familiar concept in international diplomacy, higher education, corporate public relations, and in almost every other human endeavor that involves the interaction of social and environmental systems.
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The Earth Summit, 1992, and Habitat II, 1996). , Van der Ryn and Calthorpe 1986). • Social capital debate of the 1990s led by Robert Putnam (1995), Amatai Etzioni (1994), and others. , Sustainable Chattanooga). • “Smart growth” movement of 1990s and early twenty-ﬁrst century. , Hawken 2007). 39 40 Hempel land-use planners, municipal ofﬁcials, neighborhood activists, downtown business leaders, and environmental groups faced with their inability to constrain and effectively manage urban sprawl through the use of planning, zoning, and redevelopment tools.