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The Europeanization of British Environmental Policy

A Departmental Perspective

by Andrew Jordan

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • EU & European institutions,
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Social impact of environmental issues,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • Political Science / Economic Policy,
  • Environmental policy,
  • European Union countries,
  • Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9335330M
    ISBN 100333946316
    ISBN 109780333946312

    Book Review: Environmental Policy in Europe: The Europeanization of National Environmental Policy. In: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 49 (1), pp. Available under: doi: / Chapter five then employs the concept of Europeanization to explain the impact of EU environmental policy on Lithuanian domestic policy-making and its institutions. Before starting with the actual work, it is useful to have a look on the boundaries of environmental policy, i.e. which subjects are part of environmental policy.

    Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1 Diplomacy and Developing Nations: Post-Cold War foreign policy-making structures and processes. An EC environmental policy only started in the aftermath of the Stockholm United Nations (UN) conference on the human environment with the First Environmental Action Programme of 2 Other international and regional organisations in Europe such as the UN's Economic Commission for.

      He then analyzes contemporary political institutions and processes in the context of Europeanization, as well as the impact of the EU on policy and policy making. Ideal for courses in British and European politics, this book breaks new ground in exploring the complex interdependence that the EU should bring to the study of European political Author: Michael L. Mannin. ‘Renewable energy policy is a well-established, high-ranking policy in Europe but its perspectives, strengths and weaknesses need competent analysis. This book is a highly valuable “standard” publication not only for energy and climate policy experts but also for political and social scientists.’ – Martin Jänicke, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.


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The Europeanization of British Environmental Policy by Andrew Jordan Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book conceptualizes the profound Europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's contribution to that process.

By combining political theories of the EU with new empirical researchCited by: About this book. Almost all aspects of modern politics have been deeply Europeanized, yet we know surprisingly little about how the EU affects the inner workings of national government.

This book conceptualizes the profound Europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's contribution to that process.

This book conceptualizes the profound Europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's contribution to that process.

THE EUROPEANIZATION OF BRITISH ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Andrew Jordan School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK, @ Paper presented at the ESCRC/UACES conference ‘Britain in Europe and Europe in Britain: The Europeanization of British Politics’ Sheffield Town Hall, 16 July When the decision to join was finally taken inthere was still a widespread view in Britain, that - to paraphrase the title of this book – as a full member state, British environmental policy would thereafter formally be ‘in Europe’, but European environmental policy would not conceivably ever be ‘in Britain’.

Europeanization of British environmental policy began to move into a more proactive phase in the mid s as Prime Minister Mrs Thatcher turned her attention first to Europe (the single market programme, after c. ) then to the environment (c. ), without ever fully appreciating the connections between the two (Jordan, a).

When the decision to join was finally taken inthere was still a widespread view in Britain, that - to paraphrase the title of this book – as a full member state, British environmental policy Author: Andrew Jordan. European Union environmental policy and Britain 24 Europe and the machinery of British government 25 The Europeanization of British environmental policy 31 Conclusion 42 3 Theories of European Integration and Europeanization 44 State-centric theories 44 Process-based theories 51 Conclusion 60 4 The Negotiation of the Single European Act 62 The.

In other words, it tries to understand what actually drives Europeanization at the European level, namely the negotiation, adoption and implementation of EU environmental policies, and to analyse its long-term impact in Britain as it fits or misfits with pre-existing British institutions, practices and policies.

Chapter 1 identified central government departments as the chief (though not the only) mediators (or ‘fitters’) of Europeanization and integration.

Book Review. Environmental policy in europe: the europeanization of national environmental policy edited by Andrew Jordan and Duncan Liefferink, Routledge, pp.

ISBN 0 3. Clare Coffey. Institute for European Environmental Policy, 28 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1H 9AB, UK. This book conceptualizes the profound Europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's contribution to that : A.

Jordan. This book explores the extent to which membership of the EU has made Britain more 'European', analysing the impact which the EU has had on British politics, policies and institutions. It is theoretically sophisticated and empirically rich and will be essential reading for students of British politics.' - Andrew Gamble, University of Sheffield, UK.

The continuing development of the European Union (EU) is transforming policy and politics in its member countries, and possibly in an even larger number of potential members. This book offers a detailed investigation of the Europeanization of national environmental policy in ten western European countries since Book Description.

The continuing development of the European Union (EU) is transforming policy and politics in its member countries, and possibly in an even larger number of potential members.

This book offers a detailed investigation of the Europeanization of national environmental policy in ten western European countries since The Europeanization of British environmental policy: a departmental perspective.

[Andrew Jordan] -- This volume conceptualizes the profound europeanization of British environmental government and policy both as a lagged response to European integration and as an important determinant of Britain's. Europeanization of environmental policy in the New Europe: beyond conditionality, by Mats Braun, Surrey and Burlington, Ashgate, xii + pp., indices, £ (hardback), ISBN Andrzej Ceglarz Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies in Wroclaw Correspondence [email protected] Pages The continuing development of the European Union (EU) is transforming policy and politics in its member countries, and possibly in an even larger number of potential members.

This book offers a. surveys. First, the editors seek to document the Europeanization of national environmental policies since in 10 European states, namely Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the UK.

In this context, Europeanization is defined as domestic change inspired by the EU. While focusing on national. Prior to the European Union (EU) / enlargement there were several predictions that this event would hamper progressive decision-making within the EU on environmental policy. It was believed that the new member states had adopted EU rules as a consequence of the EU's conditionality and consequently they would rather slow down the reform speed in the field after accession.

In this book. For the sake of convenience, I shall concentrate on the Europeanization of the content, structure and style national environmental policy, while recognizing that in practice these aspects of national ‘policy’ are subtly interrelated.

Following Hall (), policy content can be divided into three different levels. Europeanization of both policy and politics, because they are the main channel of communication between the EU and national policy spheres.

In the UK environmental 7 A. Jordan, The Europeanization of British Environmental Policy (Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave, ).Book Review: Europeanization of Environmental Policy in the New Europe by Mats Braun In this book, Mats Braun aims to offer an up-to-date account of how post-communist member states have handled policy initiatives in the field of environmental policy after accession.

The phenomenon of Europeanization has become a topic that is constantly under debate. This critical volume examines Europeanization through examples of British defence policy, the European Security and Defence Policy, the legal arms trade and the decision to go to war in Iraq in