Natural Resources Journal

July 1971, Vol. 11, No. 3

Front Matter

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: THEORY, CONCEPTS AND PROCESSES

Introduction       402
Daniel H. Henning

Environmental Policy and Congress         403
Henry M. Jackson

Environmental Policy in a Hypertrophic Society        417
Lynton K. Caldwell

The Environmental Movement: Ambiguities and Meanings        427
Grant McConnell

Political and Social Accommodation: The Political Process and Environmental Preservation         437
Norman Wengert

Environmental Policy: Value and Power Context        447
Daniel H. Henning

Some Suggested Principles for Environmental Policy         455
Wolfgang E. Burhenne, William A. Irwin

Environmental Policy and Law         467
David Sive

The Bureaucratic Response to Environmental Politics         479
Geoffrey Wandesforde-Smith

Environmental Policy, Public Participation and the Open Information System         489
Harvey Frauenglass

Public Participation in Environmental Policy         497
Dean Arnold W. Bolle

International Environmental Management: Some Preliminary Thoughts         507
Thomas W. Wilson, Jr.

International Aspects of Environmental Policy          513
Albert E. Utton

ARTICLES

Institutions for Managing Lakes and Bays          519
Lyle E. Craine

Residuals—Environmental Quality Management Framework for Policy Analysis        547
Daniel P. Loucks

Solid Residual Management: Some Economic Considerations          561
Walter O. Spofford, Jr.

COMMENT

Recent Case—The Standing Problems—Sierra Club v. Hickel          591
V. Henry Rothschild, III

BOOK REVIEWS

Becker, Land and Building Taxes: Their Effect on Economic Development          595
Franklin Jones

Caldwell, Environment: A Challenge to Modern Society          599
Michael D. Bradley

Books Received         603