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Federalism and environmental policy [electronic resource] : trust and the politics of implementation / Denise Scheberle.

By: Scheberle, Denise.
Material type: TextTextSeries: American governance and public policy: Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, 1997Description: 1 online resource (xi, 207 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 0585207011 (electronic bk.); 9780585207018 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Environmental policy -- United States | Federal government -- United States | Environmental protection -- United States -- Case studies | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Affairs & Administration | Electronic books | Umweltpolitik | USAGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Federalism and environmental policy.DDC classification: 354.3/28/0973 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Environmental Federalism and Federal-State Working Relationships -- Responses to Intergovernmental Working Relationships in the 1990s -- Concepts of Federalism -- NEPPS and the REG 8 Directive -- A Typology of Working Relationships -- Implementing Environmental Laws -- Defining Implementation and Measuring Performance -- Implementation as a Game of Strategy -- Implementation as a Story -- Implementation and Refocusing Events -- Implementation Energizers -- An Implementation Framework -- Dynamics of the Model -- Conclusions about Implementation -- Study Design and Rationale -- Unintended Consequences, Policy Retreat, and Refocusing Events in Asbestos Policy -- History of Asbestos -- Health Risks Associated with Asbestos -- The Government Responds to Asbestos -- Legal and Media Attention to Asbestos in the 1980s -- Congress Develops an Asbestos Law -- EPA Develops Asbestos Regulations -- The Early Years of Implementing AHERA -- Implementing AHERA Today -- Refocusing Events: Libby, Montana, the World Trade Center, and Litigation -- A View from the States -- Conclusions about the Asbestos Program -- The Survival of a Nonregulatory Radon Program -- Radon and Known Health Risks -- A Perfect Triggering Event -- The Indoor Radon Abatement Act, 1988 -- Early and Persistent Challenges to Implementing IRAA -- Radon and Risk Communication -- Regulatory and Nonregulatory Programs Collide: Radon in Drinking Water -- Funding State Programs and Leveraging with Partnerships -- Perceptions of State Radon Officials -- Conclusions about the Radon Program.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Environmental Federalism and Federal-State Working Relationships -- Responses to Intergovernmental Working Relationships in the 1990s -- Concepts of Federalism -- NEPPS and the REG 8 Directive -- A Typology of Working Relationships -- Implementing Environmental Laws -- Defining Implementation and Measuring Performance -- Implementation as a Game of Strategy -- Implementation as a Story -- Implementation and Refocusing Events -- Implementation Energizers -- An Implementation Framework -- Dynamics of the Model -- Conclusions about Implementation -- Study Design and Rationale -- Unintended Consequences, Policy Retreat, and Refocusing Events in Asbestos Policy -- History of Asbestos -- Health Risks Associated with Asbestos -- The Government Responds to Asbestos -- Legal and Media Attention to Asbestos in the 1980s -- Congress Develops an Asbestos Law -- EPA Develops Asbestos Regulations -- The Early Years of Implementing AHERA -- Implementing AHERA Today -- Refocusing Events: Libby, Montana, the World Trade Center, and Litigation -- A View from the States -- Conclusions about the Asbestos Program -- The Survival of a Nonregulatory Radon Program -- Radon and Known Health Risks -- A Perfect Triggering Event -- The Indoor Radon Abatement Act, 1988 -- Early and Persistent Challenges to Implementing IRAA -- Radon and Risk Communication -- Regulatory and Nonregulatory Programs Collide: Radon in Drinking Water -- Funding State Programs and Leveraging with Partnerships -- Perceptions of State Radon Officials -- Conclusions about the Radon Program.

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Federalism and environmental policy by Scheberle, Denise. ©1997
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