National sovereignty and environmental imperatives: Two views

Smith Jr., Fred Lee
July 1990
EPA Journal;Jul/Aug90, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p25
Presents two perspectives concerning the relationship of national sovereignty and environmental protection. Importance of an environmental central planning in global environmental protection; Environmental problems and concerns worldwide; Internationalization of environmental policies and practices; Changes in national security concerns to adopt to environmental changes.


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