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From the Publisher"This is an excellent collection of case studies that will be a welcome supplement to classes in environmental politics and policy. The cases illustrate well the issues, the players, the conflicts, and challenges involved in the policymaking process. Unlike some of the ‘issues’ books that have been published in the past this book provides depth and context that will bring policy formation to life. The materials are well organized and should be an accessible read for all audiences. As the author of a widely used policy text, I would recommend this case book as a supplementary text to anyone teaching an environmental politics and policy class."
— Zachary A. Smith, Regents’ Professor of Environmental and Natural Resources Policy, Northern Arizona University; author of The Environmental Policy Paradox
"This is an excellent casebook! There is nothing else out there like it."
— Glen Krutz, University of Oklahoma