Non-point pollution, voluntarism and policy failure: lessons for the Swan-Canning
This article examines the growing problem of non-point source pollution from agricultural enterprises and the failure of existing policy responses, which rely heavily on the use of information, education and voluntary programs. Drawing on both internation
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