Hopkins explores the policy process for national parks, reserves, and the environment in three Latin American countries--Argentina, Chile, and Costa Rica. Using case studies and examples from each country, he compares these to reach generalizations about the policy process in Latin America.... Rican system encourages people, in and out of government, to search for practical, realistic solutions to problems. One biologist, an American who has worked for many years at Santa Rosa National Park and who has no official capacity at all, became involved ... In addition, Carriere sees this nexus to be badly divided into advocates of a aquot;radical green-Left alternativeaquot; on one hand and U.S. -influencedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Policymaking for Conservation in Latin America|
|Author||:||Jack W. Hopkins|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1995-01-01|