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- KurzbeschreibungThis text presents the results of a comparative <br>study of the development and enforcement of air <br>pollution policies in three large Asian port cities: <br>Singapore, Hong Kong and Dalian. It examines why <br>these cities have evolved along different lines of <br>environmental policy development and enforcement. <br>The text addresses the causes for differing <br>governmental attitudes regarding environmental <br>policy in these three cities, including the effect <br>that political will has had on the development and <br>enforcement of environmental legislation. Special <br>attention is paid to differences in government <br>structure and the effect this may have had on <br>legislation and enforcement. This work draws on a <br>series of interviews with government officials, <br>academics and leaders of local non-governmental <br>organizations conducted in 2004 to explore the role <br>that government structure and the presence or <br>absence of political will has in accounting for <br>differences in environmental policy and enforcement. <br>Findings highlight the key role of political will, <br>particularly when fostered by a popular public <br>figure in positive environmental outcomes.
- AutorRobert MacAuslan
- Seiten92 Seiten
- Gewicht139 g
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