Regulating intensive agricultural pollution
After considerable success in reducing water pollution from large industrial point-sources, regulators have begun to consider the contribution of more elusive but no less significant sources. These include small- and medium-sized enterprises, domestic residences and the agricultural sector. This article focuses on intensive agriculture and the means by which policymakers can best utilise regulation and other policy instruments. Intensive agricultural enterprises have particular characteristics...[Show more]
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