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George W. Bush Administration and the Environment

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Title: George W. Bush Administration and the Environment
Author: Sutton, Victoria
Abstract: This article will review seven major areas of environmental protection and the policies and actions taken in those areas by the Bush Administration. By examining the approach taken in such areas as water, air, natural resources, hazardous and nuclear waste, energy, environmental justice, and international environmental law, a pragmatic and comprehensive approach arises which is interconnected to the realities that the Bush Administration must deal with on a day-to-day basis. While this approach departs from the command and control regiment, it is one that seeks to implement new regulatory mechanisms that will lead to environmental progress, environmental enforcement, and ultimately a more realistic and more functional approach to environmental protection.
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Date: 2003

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