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Title: Integrated environmental policy: A review of economic analysis
Authors: Wiesmeth, H.
Häckl, D.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Citation: Wiesmeth H. Integrated environmental policy: A review of economic analysis / H. Wiesmeth, D. Häckl. — DOI 10.1177/0734242X16672319 // Waste Management and Research. — 2017. — Vol. 35. — Iss. 4. — P. 332-345.
Abstract: Holistic environmental policies, which emerged from a mere combination of technical activities in waste management some 40 years ago, constitute the most advanced level of environmental policies. These approaches to environmental policy, among them the policies in integrated waste management, attempt to guide economic agents to an environment-friendly behaviour. Nevertheless, current holistic policies in waste management, including policies on one-way drinks containers and waste electrical and electronic equipment, and implementations of extended producer responsibility with further applications to waste electrical and electronic equipment, reveal more or less severe deficiencies – despite some positive examples. This article relates these policy failures, which are not necessarily the result of an insufficient compliance with the regulations, to missing constitutive elements of what is going to be called an ‘integrated environmental policy’. This article therefore investigates – mostly from a practical point of view – constitutive elements, which are necessary for a holistic policy to serve as a well-functioning allocation mechanism. As these constitutive elements result from a careful ‘integration’ of the environmental commodities into the economic allocation problems, we refer to these policies as ‘integrated environmental policies’. The article also discusses and illustrates the main steps of designing such a policy – for waste electrical and electronic equipment and a (possible) ban of Glyphosat in agriculture. As these policies are dependent on economic and political stability with environmental awareness sufficiently developed, the article addresses mostly waste management policies in highly industrialised countries. © 2016, © The Author(s) 2016.
Keywords: EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY
GLYPHOSATE
HOLISTIC ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT
WEEE POLICY
BEVERAGES
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
ELECTRONIC WASTE
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
EQUIPMENT
OSCILLATORS (ELECTRONIC)
WASTE MANAGEMENT
ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY
ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY
GLYPHOSATES
INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICY
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ELECTRONIC WASTE
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
GLYPHOSATE
HOLISTIC APPROACH
INTEGRATED APPROACH
REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
WASTE MANAGEMENT
AWARENESS
BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENT
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
ECONOMIC EVALUATION
ELECTRONICS
ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
FEEDBACK SYSTEM
GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION
GOVERNMENT
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
HEALTH CARE PLANNING
HEALTH CARE POLICY
HOUSEHOLD
HUMAN
LAW
POLITICS
PRIORITY JOURNAL
PUBLICATION
RESEARCH
REVIEW
WASTE MANAGEMENT
ECONOMICS
ELECTRONIC WASTE
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
PROCEDURES
RECYCLING
ELECTRONIC WASTE
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
RECYCLING
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/102126
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85019010778
PURE ID: 1816775
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ISSN: 0734242X
DOI: 10.1177/0734242X16672319
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