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Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of International Environmental Policy Development

Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of International Environmental Policy Development Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of he process for coordinating sues but covers both the domestic and policy development on inter- foreign policy aspects of those issues; national environmental issues several subcabinet-level working groups T among the different agencies that are chaired by a senior policy within the executive branch of the U.S. official and supported by a staff locat- government is not properly designed to ed in the White House; access to all handle climate change and other inter- of the resources necessary to conduct national environmental issues that have and comment on quantitative analysis of policy options; and an avenue for ex- risen to the top of the policy agenda. changing ideas with industry, the envi- These issues involve many facets of both domestic and foreign policy that ronmental community, and other out- should be considered together. Yet the side constituencies on a continuing ba- sis. Before discussing these elements in interagency process within the execu- tive branch remains compartmental- greater detail, however, it is useful to ized between domestic and foreign pol- look at the emerging international envi- ronmental issues, examine existing in- icy and between economic and environ- mental policy. In practice, this com- teragency mechanisms http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development Taylor & Francis

Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of International Environmental Policy Development

Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of International Environmental Policy Development


Abstract

Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of he process for coordinating sues but covers both the domestic and policy development on inter- foreign policy aspects of those issues; national environmental issues several subcabinet-level working groups T among the different agencies that are chaired by a senior policy within the executive branch of the U.S. official and supported by a staff locat- government is not properly designed to ed in the White House; access to all handle climate change and other inter- of the resources necessary to conduct national environmental issues that have and comment on quantitative analysis of policy options; and an avenue for ex- risen to the top of the policy agenda. changing ideas with industry, the envi- These issues involve many facets of both domestic and foreign policy that ronmental community, and other out- should be considered together. Yet the side constituencies on a continuing ba- sis. Before discussing these elements in interagency process within the execu- tive branch remains compartmental- greater detail, however, it is useful to ized between domestic and foreign pol- look at the emerging international envi- ronmental issues, examine existing in- icy and between economic and environ- mental policy. In practice, this com- teragency mechanisms

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1939-9154
eISSN
0013-9257
DOI
10.1080/00139157.1991.9931384
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Abstract

Improving U.S. Interagency Coordinaton of he process for coordinating sues but covers both the domestic and policy development on inter- foreign policy aspects of those issues; national environmental issues several subcabinet-level working groups T among the different agencies that are chaired by a senior policy within the executive branch of the U.S. official and supported by a staff locat- government is not properly designed to ed in the White House; access to all handle climate change and other inter- of the resources necessary to conduct national environmental issues that have and comment on quantitative analysis of policy options; and an avenue for ex- risen to the top of the policy agenda. changing ideas with industry, the envi- These issues involve many facets of both domestic and foreign policy that ronmental community, and other out- should be considered together. Yet the side constituencies on a continuing ba- sis. Before discussing these elements in interagency process within the execu- tive branch remains compartmental- greater detail, however, it is useful to ized between domestic and foreign pol- look at the emerging international envi- ronmental issues, examine existing in- icy and between economic and environ- mental policy. In practice, this com- teragency mechanisms

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Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable DevelopmentTaylor & Francis

Published: May 1, 1991

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