Environmental Politics in Japan, Germany, and the United States

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acid rain and Canada, 104 and China, 13, 107–9 comparing national positions and policies, 13–14, 30, 92, 112–15, 247 emergence as an international issue, 92–5 Europe, 93, 95, 100–1 Germany, 92–101, 112–14, 248 Japan, 107–12, 114, 253 and Korea, 109 long-range transport, 92–5, 107–9 North America, 95 science of, 92–3 US, 102–7, 114–15, 254–5 see also influence
actors, 16, 18–19, 23, 24, 27, 256–7
Adams, John H., 236
Adenauer, Konrad, chancellor, Germany, 37
administrative guidance of industry (gyôsei shidô), 11, 24, 72, 76, 114, 122
Agenda 21, 224
Aichi, Kazuo, 169, 170, 196, 221
air pollution, 30 comparing national positions and policies, 16, 58–9 Germany, 13, 48–53, 58–9, 80–2, 94, 97–100, 112–14, 132 Japan, 39–42, 44, 47, 73–5, 110, 114, 252 US, 33–5, 103–7, 114–15 see also acid rain, Clean Air Act (USA), cooperation, Federal Emissions Control Act (Germany), global climate change, ozone depletion, Yokkaichi asthma
Asia, 3, 36, 221, 253
Basic Environment Law, 1993 (Japan), 170–2
Basic Law (Germany), 56–7
Basic Law for Environmental Pollution Control, 1967 (Japan), 43–4, 170 revision of, 45, 170–2
Baum, Gerhard, 97
Baumgartner, Frank, 28, 88, 259
Benedick, Richard, 137, 142
Berlin Mandate, 179–80
Bluewater Network, 237–8
Boehmer-Christiansen, Sonya, 95
Brandt, Willy, chancellor, Germany, 51, 53–4
Bund für Naturschutz Deutschland (BUND), 6, 213, 227–9
Bundestag, 100 Home Affairs Committee, 123
Bundesverband Bürgerinitiativen Umwelt (BBU), 6, 83
Burford, Anne Gorsuch, 103, 127–8
Burns, Robert, 82
Bush, George W., administration, 9, 10, 13, 196–208, 242
Bush, George H. W., administration, 105, 115, 141, 150, 152, 153, 163, 254 and advisors, 152
Byrd, Robert, 184–6
Carson, Rachel, 32
Central Council for Environmental Pollution Control, 46
Cheney, Richard, vice president (US), and energy policy, 12, 199–200
Chernobyl, 131, 156, 232, 248–9
chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), 116, 117–22 partially haloginated chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), 116 proposals to ban, 128–9, 132–4, 139–42 world production and/or consumption, 126–7
Christian Democratic Union (CDU), 6, 36–7, 67–8, 96–8, 156, 257–8

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