The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 allow, and in some cases require, States to adopt market-based strategies or other innovative types of air pollution control. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) innovative regulatory strategies program seeks to encourage and facilitate, as appropriate, the development, demonstration, and implementation of a wide range of innovative regulatory air pollution programs, including market-based, informational, and pollution prevention approaches. The 3-day national workshop, attended by over two hundred people from Federal, State, and local agencies, industry, environmental and public interest groups, and the academic community highlighted issues associated with a variety of innovative, market-based strategies which are currently being developed or used by State and local authorities around the country.
"Summary of workshop discussion sessions, January 15-17, 1992, Washington, D.C., Georgetown University Conference Center." Co-sponsored by the EPA's Air Quality Management Division of the Office off Air and Radiation, and the Regulatory Innovations Staff of the Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation. "June 1992"--Cover. "Technical support was provided by Radian Corporation"--Page ii. "A companion document entitled 'Summary of Innovative Regulatory Strategy Programs found in the Literature and Popular Press, ' EPA-452/S-92-002, identifies a wide range of innovative programs being developed or implemented."--Page ii. Microfiche.