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Environmental Priority Setting In U.S. States & Communities
Environmental Priority Setting In U.S. States & Communities
 
Our Price: $40.00
Year: 1996
Pages: 181
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788142305

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David Lewis Feldman, Ralph Perhac, & Ruth Anne Hanahan. How do states & local governments decide which environmental problems are most important to them? Are decisions about which environmental problems to address, & how to address them, based on the probable cost of remedies, Federal mandates, public clamor, science, or some combination of these & other factors? This report explores efforts by states & local governments to establish environmental priorities through comparative risk projects. This research is to better understand how priority setting efforts: (1) identify, characterize, rank & prioritized risks: (2) are used to reduce risks or provide amenities: (3) are evaluated; & (4) can be improved to better manage problems. Graphs.

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