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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Controlling Great Lakes pollution : a study in United States-Canadian environmental cooperation /|
|Author||Bilder, Richard Bruce|
|CORP Author||Michigan Law Review.; University of Wisconsin--Madison. Sea Grant Program|
|Publisher||University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Program,|
|Additional Subjects||Water--Pollution--Great Lakes region ; Water quality--Great Lakes region|
|Collation||469-556 p. ; 25 cm.|
(Uni 1 Sea. 3:R4/325). Reprinted from the Michigan Law Review, January, 1972.
U.S.-Canadian cooperation regarding Great Lakes pollution problems has developed within a special geographical, economic, legal and political context. Information is given on the framework, institutions, and history. This section is followed by an informative discussion on some aspects of the U.S.-Canadian experience. The author suggests that this experience demonstrates that international environmental cooperation can yield useful dividends at relatively low costs and with limited political risks.