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Political Research Exchange - PRX

Governing the Biophysical Environment: Air, Water and Land

Environmental Policy
Green Politics
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Jens Newig
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Panel Discussant
Valentina Dinica
Victoria University of Wellington

05/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 201
This panel explores a range of issues relating to environmental protection through forms of multilevel governance and regulation. Situated in the EU context, the papers present empirical research on air pollution, agricultural use of pesticides, water supply and emerging bioeconomy policy. Questions to be discussed include the efficacy of voluntary agreements versus regulation, the diffusion of policies across places and sectors, and the role of scientific expertise in governing the biophysical environment.

Paper List

Title Details
Cooperation by Stealth? Promises and Pitfalls of the EU Approach to the Sustainable Use of Pesticides View Paper Details
Does Participatory Governance Benefit Environmental Outcomes? View Paper Details
Idiosyncrasies of Bioeconomy Policy Processes: Insights from Three Policy Areas of the German Bioeconomy View Paper Details
Regulating Air: European Leadership and the Transatlantic Clean Air Relationship View Paper Details
Understanding Urban Governance through Air Pollution Policy Instruments View Paper Details
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