Maxwell
Center for Environmental Policy and Administration

Environmental Governance Reconsidered: Challenges, Choices and Opportunities

Author:Edited by Robert F. Durant, Daniel J. Fiorino and Rosemary O'Leary
Date: January 2004
Publication:The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Reconceptualizing Purpose by Robert F. Durant
  3. Sustainability by Robert C. Paehlke
  4. Global Interdependence by Gary C. Bryner
  5. The Precautionary Principle by Robert F. Durant with Thanit Boodphetcharat
  6. Common-Pool Resource Theory by Edella Schlager
  7. Reconnecting with Stakeholders by Robert F. Durant
  8. Deliberative Democracy by James Meadowcroft
  9. Civic Environmentalism by DeWitt John
  10. Environmental Justice by Evan J. Ringquist
  11. Property Rights and Regulatory Takings by Charles R. Wise
  12. Environmental Conflict Resolution by Rosemary O'Leary, Tina Nabatchi and Lisa B. Bingham
  13. Redefining Administrative Rationality by Robert F. Durant
  14. Devolution by Denise Scheberle
  15. Flexibility by Daniel J. Fiorino
  16. Pollution Prevention by Ken Geiser
  17. Third-Party Auditing of Environmental Management Systems by Jan Mazurek
  18. Conclusion

Contacts

Rosemary O'Leary
URL: http://cepa.maxwell.syr.edu/papers/51.html
Center for Environmental Policy and Administration
The Maxwell School, Syracuse University
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