Sustainable Water Quality Management Policy: The Role of Trading: The U.S. Experience / Edition 1

Sustainable Water Quality Management Policy: The Role of Trading: The U.S. Experience / Edition 1

by C. Pharino
     
 

ISBN-10: 1402058624

ISBN-13: 9781402058622

Pub. Date: 05/04/2007

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

This book presents both general and comprehensive observations of unsuccessful and successful experiences in water pollution trading programs within the U.S. These experiences help in understanding the major environmental, economic and regulatory barriers that prevent the application of pollution trading in water media to become successful. This work combines

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This book presents both general and comprehensive observations of unsuccessful and successful experiences in water pollution trading programs within the U.S. These experiences help in understanding the major environmental, economic and regulatory barriers that prevent the application of pollution trading in water media to become successful. This work combines background information with real experience.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402058622
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
05/04/2007
Series:
Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries Series, #10
Edition description:
2007
Pages:
142
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND; 1.1 Definition of Water Quality and Water Pollution; 1.2 Water Quality Regulation and Policy Reviews; 1.3 Introduction to Water Quality Trading; CHAPTER 2 CONCEPT, FRAMEWORK AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR WATER QUALITY; 2.1. Concept about Tradable Permit Systems; 2.2 Framework for Establishing WQT Systems; 2.3 Considerations in Establishing Tradable Permit Schemes; CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW OF OBSERVATIONS IN WATER QUALITY TRADING; 3.1 Overview of Water Trading Programs in the U.S.; 3.2 Observations Derived from Trading Programs; CHAPTER 4 THE ROLE OF TRADING; 4.1 A Specific Role of Trading in WQT programs; 4.2 Important Barriers Hindering the Role of Trading; 4.3 Generic Roles of Water Quality Trading; CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION; 5.1 What distinguishes the success of one WQT program vs. another; 5.2 How well do the WQT programs within the U.S. perform?; 5.3 Why did WQT programs fail to have active trading; 5.4 What should the roles of trading be in water quality management? ; 5.5 What is the suggested guidance for designing WQT programs; 5.6 What are the recommended approaches for promoting a WQT implementation; REFERENCES; APPENDIX; Appendix Summary Details of Water Quality Trading Programs;
Appendix A- 1: Part I Regarding Activity, Type of Participants, Pollutants and Market Structure;
Appendix A-2: Part II Regarding Size of Watershed, Number of PS, Trading Ratio, Number of Trade, and Characteristics of Participants;
Appendix A-3: Part III Regarding TMDL in the Program and Cost-Saving;
Appendix A-4: Summary of Analysis Results from Appendix A-1, A-2, A-3;
References.

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