The ninth edition of Environmental Policy: New Directions for the Twenty-First Century is coming out Tuesday (April 14). Michael E. Kraft, UW-Green Bay professor of Political Science and Public and Environmental Affairs, is co-editor along with Norman Vig of Carleton College. Kraft notes the book debuted in 1990, 25 years ago, with a new edition every three years or so. It’s still going strong, Kraft says, and the publisher tells him it remains the best selling text on environmental policy. Here is a link to the book’s webpage for CQ Press, a division of Sage Publications.
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