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TitleIndustrial Transformation: Environmental Policy Innovation in the United States and Europe
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LanguageEnglish
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Table of Contents
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1 Introduction: Toward a New Paradigm for the Transition to a Sustainable Industrial Society?
I Industry Sector Approaches
2 Dutch Target Group Policy
3 Building Sector-Based Consensus: A Review of the US EPA’s Common Sense Initiative
4 Voluntary Approaches in Waste Management: The Case of the German ELV Program
5 Dynamics of Voluntary Product Labeling Programs: An Energy Star Case Study
6 Reaching Environmental Goals through R&D Collaboration: Lessons from the US Department of Energy Programs for Gas Turbines and Solar Photovoltaics
7 Cleaner Technology in Denmark: Support Measures and Regulatory Efforts
II Firm-Level Approaches
8 The Dutch Policy Program on Environmental Management: Policy Implementation in Networks
9 Voluntary Regulation and Industrial Capacities for Environmental Improvement: The Case of the EU Eco-Audit Regulation (EMAS) in the United Kingdom
10 Tiered Environmental Regulation: Lessons from the StarTrack Program
11 Cooperative Environmental Regulation: Examining Project XL
12 Disclosure of Toxic Releases in the United States
13 Corporate Environmental Reporting in Norway: Beyond Emission Control?
14 Conclusions: Lessons for the Design and Use of Voluntary, Collaborative, and Information-Based Approaches to Environmental Policy
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