Environment Improvement Plans: Facilitative regulation in practice
Facilitative regulation embodies regulatory flexibility, the empowerment of local communities and devolved, collaborative decision-making. Based on interviews with key stakeholders, this article examines one the most important examples of facilitative regulation, the Environment Improvement Plan (EIP). This article begins by connecting the EIP to broader shifts in the styles and practices of environmental regulation, it then outlines the achievements of the EIP instrument, as well as some of...[Show more]
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