The Missouri Natural Streams Act 1990: How an Environmental Campaign Was Waged and Lost by Karen A. Bradley, J. Sanford Rikoon

Engineering & Transportation | Engineering
The Missouri Natural Streams Act 1990: How an Environmental Campaign Was Waged and Lost
Title:
The Missouri Natural Streams Act 1990: How an Environmental Campaign Was Waged and Lost
Author:
Karen A. Bradley, J. Sanford Rikoon
ISBN:
077345344X
ISBN13:
978-0773453449
Size PDF:
1520 kb
Size epub:
1361 kb
Publisher:
Edwin Mellen Pr (June 30, 2008)
Language:
English
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Rating:
3.6
Votes:
371

This study is an examination of Missouri's unsuccessful 1990 citizen's petition effort to regulate rural streams. This analysis revolves around the collapse of modern underpinnings of environmentalism, in particular the rural-urban dichotomy, the role of a centralized state within a grass-roots framework, the question of science, and the notion of a singularly defined public good.

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