|Other titles||US international environmental policy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
"The book provides a rich array of ideas and case evidence that will add to our understanding of U.S. foreign policy on the environment."— International Relations "An important and timely volume that fills a large gap in the literature on American environmental policy. This article analyzes the determinants of U.S. international environmental policy. The U.S. has always exhibited a streak of reluctance about international environmental cooperation, sometimes taking on leadership roles but often resisting or actively hindering international action to address environmental problems. Several hypotheses have been proposed to account for U.S. behavior: a general Cited by: 1. Prior to the Nixon administration, environmental policy in the United States was rudimentary at best. Since then, it has evolved into one of the primary concerns of governmental policy from the federal to the local level. As scientific expertise on the environment rapidly developed, Americans became more aware of the growing environmental crisis that surrounded them. This book explores the future of international environmental law in a world of ever worsening environmental crises. It examines the success stories and failures of international environmental law.
How do international environmental standards come into being? One important way, as Elizabeth DeSombre shows in this book, is through the internationalization of regulations that one or more countries have undertaken domestically. Domestic environmental regulation, DeSombre argues, can create an incentive for environmentalists and industry—previously at odds with each other—to work. This course considers these issues and provides a tour though existing legal regimes governing pollution, water law, endangered species, toxic substances, environmental impact analyses, and environmental risk. Note: The Environmental Law & Policy Course will User Ratings: starsAverage User Rating . Part V China’s Environmental Policy in the International Context. Environment and Trade Hu Tao and Song Peng. China’s policy frameworks for sustainable consumption and production Patrick Schröder. China-EU relations and patterns of interactions on emission trading Olivia Gippner. The author is one of the pioneers and major scholars in the field of environmental policy and politics. Highly recommended. --David W Orr, Oberlin College As with every edition, Tony Rosenbaum's Environmental Politics and Policy is the best single-author U.S. environmental policy text on the market. The narrative is always engaging, and each /5(6).
Get this from a library! U.S. international environmental policy: hearings before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session, June 14 and Septem [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. 42 U.S.C. § et seq. () The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) was one of the first laws ever written that establishes the broad national framework for protecting our environment. NEPA's basic policy is to assure that all branches of government give proper consideration to the environment prior to undertaking any major federal. Walter A. Rosenbaum’s classic Environmental Politics and Policy provides definitive coverage of environmental politics and policy, lively case material, and a balanced assessment of current environmental first half of the book sets needed context and describes the policy process while the second half covers specific environmental issues such as air and water; toxic and hazardous. The first laws in U.S. environmental policy. were intended to promote settlement of the West. Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, published in the s, forcused on chemical pollutants, including industrial chemicals. The National Environmental Policiy Act. International environmental law arises form. international conventions or treaties.