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Environmental Leaders and Laggards in Europe

Why There Is (Not) a "Southern Problem" (Ashgate Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice)

by Tanja A. Borzel

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • EU law: financial, taxation, commercial, industrial,
  • Environmentalist thought & ideology,
  • International relations,
  • Sociology,
  • Europe,
  • Social Science,
  • Environmental Studies,
  • EU (European Union),
  • Germany,
  • Spain,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Environmental policy,
  • Human Geography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9717160M
    ISBN 100754616878
    ISBN 109780754616870

    10 Environmental Leaders We Can All Learn From Known for her work in environmental justice and food security, Shiva brings light to the many marginalized victims .   He was named one of Newsweek’s 13 “Environmental Leaders of the Century” in Bullard currently serves as a professor of Sociology and Director of the Environmental Justice Resource.

    Environmental Leaders and Laggards in Europe. Why There is (Not) A Southern Problem, London: Ashgate. States and Regions in the European Union. Institutional Adaptation in Germany and Spain, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Edited Books: i.V. The Disparity of European Integration. 'The book offers a refreshing perspective on the diversity of Europe and at the same time, on the interdependence of the policies, economies, and societies of European countries. Going beyond the dichotomies of `good and bad' and `leaders and laggards' in environmental matters, the authors contribute to a different understanding of the North.

    1. Introduction. The term ‘leadership’ is invoked frequently, but without much precision, in policy and media discourse on climate change. It is typically associated with the stated ambition of nation-states to curb greenhouse emissions—the more ambitious the emissions reduction goal, the higher the leadership by: Leaders, pushers and laggards in the making of the climate regime. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Article Author(s) Steinar Andresen, Shardul Agrawala Date Volume 12 Issue 1 Page start 41 Page end 51 DOI /S(01) Is part of Journal Title Global Environmental Change ISSN Short title Global.


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Examining each country’s capabilities of shaping European policies according to its environmental concerns and economic interests, the book debates the possible outcomes if the European Union does not come to terms with the Cited by: This concluding chapter summarizes the major findings of the book in light of the theoretical propositions of the Pull-and-Push Model.

The comparative case studies challenge conventional approaches to non-compliance with European Environmental Law, which cannot account for the observed variations between Spain, an alleged southern laggard, and Germany, one of the. Leaders and Laggards Environmental Leaders and Laggards in Europe book be required reading for all policy makers.

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It shows how existing experience can best be put to practical use by applying the theory of environmental regulation. Environmental Politics in Southern Europe | Europe is sometimes credited with a polis, ' but not a demos'. Political integration and economic globalisation cannot diminish local identity and social memories.

This fascinating collection of national case studies shows why there will always be a local demos' located in ecology, economy, and society. This paper investigates the domestic characteristics of 'leaders' and 'laggards' in environmental policy in 21 European countries as well as the USA, Mexico and Japan from Of environmental leaders and laggards in the European Union and beyond — A quantitative policy perspective Article (PDF Available) in Energy Policy –45.

Starting from internal market harmonization regulations and with the European Court of Justice's broad interpretation of the Rome Treaty, a common environmental policy have emerged with leader and laggard governments and businesses pulling in opposite directions.

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This is followed by a more fine-graded conceptualization of environmental leaders and laggards based on the literature discussi on. We strive for a conceptual refinement by. The book will be essential reading for environmental policy makers, regulatory and other government officials responsible for policy design and implementation, academics and postgraduate students in environmental management, environmental law and environmental policy, and a more general readership within environmental policy and management studies.

EU countries obstructing key measures that would bring the EU closer to a circular economy are revealed – and they are not your usual suspects.

The European Environmental Bureau, Friends of the Earth Europe and Zero Waste Europe asked member states whether they will support key proposals to boost EU waste policy in the negotiations taking place in Brussels. Based on the authors' work for the OECD, Victorian Environmental Protection Authority and the Western Australian Department of Environment Protection, Leaders and Laggards addresses these problems by identifying innovative regulatory best practice internationally in a number of specific contexts, evaluating empirically the effectiveness of.scorecard that highlights leaders and laggards in environmental performance, gives insight on best practices, and provides guidance for countries that aspire to be leaders in sustainability.

Innovations in the EPI data and methodology have generated new rankings founded on the latest advances in environmental science and analysis.Tanja Börzel argues that the effect of Europeanization on the politics and institutions of the EU's member states depends on the degree of conflict between European and domestic norms and rules.

This book examines the relationship between the central state and regions in Germany and Spain, showing how Europeanization has served to weaken the powers of the regions.