A Regulatory Primer of International Environmental Policy and Land Use

Beth Ann Fiedler
  • January 2018, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-75361-4_5

Limits of International Environmental Policy

What is it about?

Provides the foundation of international policy guiding national guidelines for environmental policy.

Why is it important?

Global policy is the basis for national policy development. Consequently, global policy must continue to improve in order to prod nations to continually upgrade their environmental policy.

Perspectives

Beth A. Fiedler
University of Central Florida

Land use, in particular forest and agriculture, continues to change the environmental conditions from a global perspective. Your community development projects are impacted by the national and regional interpretation of international guidelines. Thus, it is vital for various stakeholders to understand and then improve upon guidelines to facilitate policy development that will improve public health.

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