Managing the Environmental Union
Intergovernmental Relations and Environmental Policy in CanadaBook - 2000
The authors offer insights into the consequences of these patterns for both environmental protection as well as for the broader sweep of intergovernmental relations. They compare Canada to the United States and to other federations, notably Germany and Australia. Managing the Environmental Union offers a detailed account of how, and to a certain extent why, governments interact in the ways that they do, demonstrating the merits of moving beyond a simple dichotomy of conflict or cooperation when describing intergovernmental relations. Contributors include Patrick Fafard, Kathryn Harrison, Debora L. Van Nijnatten (Windsor), Steven A. Kennett (Calgary), Alastair R. Lucas (Calgary), Cheryl Sharvit (lawyer), an Kernaghan Webb (Carleton).
Publisher: Kingston, Ont. : School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 2000.
Branch Call Number: 363/.705/609/71/Man 6173cg 1
Characteristics: 227 p.
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