Description ‘This excellent collection of articles by leading scholars in a variety of natural resource policy fields examines cases in participation, horizontal and vertical co-ordination, and the role of science and expertise in environmental policy formation. The legitimacy and effectiveness of each of these key components of governance and meta-governance regimes is assessed in important areas such as climate change and parks and wilderness preservation. The volume brings an admirable consistency of focus to the analysis of new governance modes in environmental policy and sheds new light upon important recent trends and developments in the area.’ – Michael Howlett, Simon Fraser University, Canada.
|Title of host publication||Environmental Governance: The Challenge of Legitimacy and Effectiveness|
|Editors||K. Hogl, E. Kvarda, R. Nordbeck, M. Pregernig,|
|Place of Publication||Chaltenham|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|