American Environmental Policy, 1990-2006: Beyond Gridlock
Politics and Government
Argues that legislative gridlock over environmental issues has increased the significance of alternative pathways for policymaking, including appropriations politics, executive-branch action, action by the courts, collaborative "next-generation" approaches, and policymaking at the state level.
Klyza, Christopher McGrory, and David J. Sousa. 2008. American environmental policy, 1990-2006: beyond gridlock. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.