Environmental Health Policy

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2006 M12 1 - 283 pages
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This book provides a multidisciplinary window onto environmental policy and its formulation., looking at the prominent position environmental health policy occupies, on both local and global agendas as old and new challenges confront the human race.

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Contents

Overview of the book
1
Section 1 Introduction
5
Section 2 Assessing environmental health risks
25
Section 3 Rational action and environmental health policy
77
Section 4 Beyond the rational action approach
133
Section 5 Other approaches
171
Section 6 Making policy
213
Section 7 Initiatives local to global
243
Glossary
271
Index
277
Back Cover
285
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David Ball is Professor of Risk Management at the Centre for Decision Analysis and Risk Management at Middlesex University.

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