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Environmental Governance in Europe

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Albert WealeProfessor of Government, University of Essex, Geoffrey PridhamCentre for Mediterranean Studies, University of Bristol, Michelle CiniJean Monnet Lecturer in EU Politics, Department of Politics, University of Bristol, Konstadakopulos

ISBN13: 9780198297086
ISBN: 0198297084
Published: February 2001
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: £137.50

Since the 1970s, the European Union has created a system of environmental governance in Europe. With a large number of legislative measures, the EU's environmental policy is broad in scope, extensive in detail and often stringent in effect. Environmental governance also extends to the ways in which decision making on environmental policy has become institutionalized within Europe, both at the level of the EU itself and in the practices of the member states.;This work seeks to understand this new system of environmental governance both at the European level and at the level of member states. It argues that the system is multi-level, horizontally complex, evolving and incomplete. Locating developments at the European level in theories of European integration, it goes on to examine the extent of convergence and divergence in environmental policy among six member states: Germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK. It then looks at the operation of the system of environmental governance through an examination of policy case studies before examining the wider political significance of these developments.

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1: The Single Market and the Environment: From Issue Linkage to Political Choice.
2: Programmes, Principles and Policies.
3: Actors and Institutions in Environmental Governance.
4: Patterns of Governance in the European Union. PART II: COMPARATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN EUROPE. Introduction to Part II.
5: National Policies on the Environment: Evolution, Principles and Style.
6: The Institutionalisation of Environmental Policy.
7: Domestic Politics and Society-Related Variables.
8: National Systems and Multi-Level Governance: Convergence through Compliance?.
9: Convergent and Divergent Trends in European Environmental Policy. Comparative Trends. PART III: CASE STUDIES IN THE POLICY PROCESS. Introduction to Part III.
10: Water Quality and European Environmental Governance.
11: Pollution Control and Multilevel Governance.
12: Packaging and Packaging Waste. PART IV: MODELS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE. Introduction to Part IV.
13: Understanding European Environmental Governance.
14: North and South in the European Union: From Diffusion to Learning?.
15: Competing Models of European Environmental Governance. Bibliography