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Environmental Law, Policy and Management Section 


Environmental Law, Policy and Management


At the intersection of the human and natural worlds lies the many systems of public governance used globally to address the problems and trade-offs inherent to environmental and natural resource challenges. As governments in the Anthropocene struggle to adapt to the pressures created by climate change and other increasingly complex environmental challenges, it becomes imperative that we generate a deeper understanding of the institutions underlying public decision-making and resource allocation. The Environmental Law, Policy and Management section of Case Studies in the Environment profiles cases from a range of global contexts that examine how existing constitutional, legal, political, policy, and public administration frameworks and institutions both succeed and fail at addressing our most pressing environmental and natural resource challenges.
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