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100 1  Greenberg, Michael R 
245 10 Environmental Policy Analysis and Practice 
264  1 Piscataway :|bRutgers University Press,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2007 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction: A Quick Walk through a 
       Framework of Six Environmental Policy Criteria -- Part I: 
       Six Policy Analysis Criteria: Themes, Theories, Tales, and
       Tasks -- Chapter 1: The Reaction of Elected Officials and 
       Staff Criterion: The Brownfields Redevelopment Policy -- 
       Chapter 2: The Reaction of Nongovernment Stakeholder 
       Groups Criterion: Environmental Cancer and Cancer Clusters
       -- Chapter 3: Scientist Stakeholder Criterion: Gasoline 
       Additives -- Chapter 4: Economic Criterion: Costs of 
       Environmental Management -- Chapter 5: Ethics Criterion: 
       International Trade in Pesticides and Genetically Modified
       Crops -- Chapter 6: Time and Flexibility Criterion: 
       Nuclear Power Revisited -- Part II: Policy Analysis Tools 
       -- Chapter 7: Policy Measurement and Assessment Tools -- 
       Chapter 8: Decision-Making and Communication Tools -- 
       References -- Index -- About the Author 
520    Pressing environmental challenges are frequently 
       surrounded with stakeholders on all sides of the issues. 
       Opinions expressed by government agencies, the private 
       sector, special interests, nonprofit communities, and the 
       media, among others can quickly cloud the dialogue, 
       leaving one to wonder how policy decisions actually come 
       about. In Environmental Policy Analysis and Practice, 
       Michael R. Greenberg cuts through the complicated layers 
       of bureaucracy, science, and the public interest to show 
       how all policy considerations can be broken down according
       to six specific factors: 1) the reaction of elected 
       government officials, 2) the reactions of the public and 
       special interests, 3) knowledge developed by scientists 
       and engineers, 4) economics, 5) ethical imperatives, and 
       6) time pressure to make a decision. The book is organized
       into two parts, with the first part defining and 
       illustrating each one of these criteria. Greenberg draws 
       on examples such as nuclear power, pesticides, brownfield 
       redevelopment, gasoline additives, and environmental 
       cancer, but focuses on how these subjects can be analyzed 
       rather than exclusively on the issues themselves. Part two
       goes on to describe a set of over twenty tools that are 
       used widely in policy analysis, including risk assessment,
       environmental impact analysis, public opinion surveys, 
       cost-benefit analysis, and others. These tools are 
       described and then illustrated with examples from part 
       one. Weaving together an impressive combination of 
       practical advice and engaging first person accounts from 
       government officials, administrators, and leaders in the 
       fields of public health and medicine, this clearly written
       volume is poised to become a leading text in environmental
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Environmental policy -- United States.;Environmental 
       protection -- Political aspects -- United 
       States.;Environmental protection -- United States -- 
       Public opinion.;Environmental responsibility -- United 
       States.;Policy sciences 
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