Speaking Green with a Southern Accent: Environmental Management and Innovation in the South
The nation's environmental policy approaches and methods are becoming more flexible and diverse, with state governments composing the fulcrum of policy changes. Southern environmental politics and policy are especially valuable when considering a changing environmental policy landscape because they present a contradiction of caution and innovation. This caution derives from the South's well-documented traditional culture while this innovation crosses geographical, pollution media, and intergovernmental levels. Environmental protection in the South must take this paradox into account if progress is to be successful. This book studies Southern environmental policy and politics in order to understand the concrete realities of the Southeast and extend those realities' understanding to other regions of the country. It analyzes a series of cases that describe the state of environmental policy implementation and management in the South. These case studies cover a range of environmental areas, including air quality, drinking water and wastewater, brownfields, collaborative environmental management, and environmental justice, among others. These cases explore the diversity and flexibility which compose the dominant characters of environmental management today. [From Amazon.com]
Environmental management, Environmental planning, Environmental protection, Southern states
Environmental Policy | Public Administration | Urban Studies
Emison, Gerald Andrews (Editor) and Morris, John C. (Editor), "Speaking Green with a Southern Accent: Environmental Management and Innovation in the South" (2010). School of Public Service Faculty Books. 7.