Environmental Principles and Policies

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Environmental Principles and Policies
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Author Sharon Beder
Publication date
2006
Pages 304 pp.
ISBN ISBN 978-1-84407-404-4
OCLC 70232360

The book Environmental Principles and Policies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction, written by Professor Sharon Beder, examines six well-known environmental and social principles that have been used at the international and national level. It uses them to evaluate the new wave of market-based policy instruments that have been introduced in many countries.

Six principles[edit]

The six principles discussed in the book are:

Interdisciplinary approach[edit]

This book on environmental policy-making takes a critical and interdisciplinary approach. Rather than merely setting out policy options in a descriptive way, it evaluates policies from different perspectives. This enables readers to gain a thorough understanding of important principles and current policies, and also to be able to apply the various principles and critically evaluate them.[1]

The author[edit]

Professor Beder was included in a list of "Australia's most influential engineers", published by Engineers Australia in 2004. She was also included in Bulletin Magazine's "Smart 100" in 2003, and received the World Technology Award for Ethics in 2001.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Environmental Principles and Policies

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