Oil and Wilderness in Alaska: Natural Resources, Environmental Protection, and National Policy Dynamics

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Price
$41.94
Publisher
Georgetown University Press
Publish Date
Pages
176
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781589016620
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About the Author

George J. Busenberg is an associate professor of environmental management and policy at Soka University of America.

Reviews

Busenberg's well-researched documentation of how and why environmental policy was shared makes the theoretical framework bearable and broadly applicable to many areas. His interviews and graphical representations broaden the appeal of his book and may even attract casual readers.


You can tell from the content that the author put his heart and soul into a careful analysis of land usage and resource allocation . . . an outstanding job of putting together the whole picture.


Provides useful information and analysis, and it could provide reading for a case study on the Alaska pipeline in an environmental or energy policy class. Its short length, limited scope, and clear explanations make it ideal for such uses.


Busenberg's well-researched documentation of how and why environmental policy was shared makes the theoretical framework bearable and broadly applicable to many areas. His interviews and graphical representations broaden the appeal of his book and may even attract casual readers.

-- "Choice"

You can tell from the content that the author put his heart and soul into a careful analysis of land usage and resource allocation . . . an outstanding job of putting together the whole picture.

-- "San Francisco Book Review"

Provides useful information and analysis, and it could provide reading for a case study on the Alaska pipeline in an environmental or energy policy class. Its short length, limited scope, and clear explanations make it ideal for such uses.

-- "Journal of Environmental Studies & Sciences"