Environmental policy making is improving

October 1997
Chemical Market Reporter;10/06/97, Vol. 252 Issue 14, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Chemical Manufacturers Association (CMA) president Fred Webber's commendation of the improving environmental policy making in the United States. Emergence of a national consensus on how to modernize and improve the country's environmental protection system; Elimination of politics in the national debate over environmental policy; Environmental policies that support Webber's views.


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