Policy instrument choice and diffuse source pollution
In summary, planning processes can be effective in reducing diffuse pollution, by taking advantage of catchment-wide insights about environmental hot spots such as nutrient sensitive areas and, through mechanisms such as state or regional plans or local zoning requirements, restricting the range of acceptable activities in those areas. This will not only be effective in prohibiting or restricting activities that contribute disproportionately to diffuse pollution, it will also likely be...[Show more]
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