A Vision for Lake Superior

A Vision for Lake Superior

written by Mary Durfee, fl. 1995, in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program, Case 199 (District of Columbia: Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1995), 13 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
This case study examines nongovernmental leadership (citizen involvement), in transnational environmental problem management through the Binational Forum formed to advance joint U.S.-Canadian efforts to clean up Lake Superior. This group played an integral part in the creation of a vision statement for the lake, but the analysis is mainly concerned with how it operated. The study offers students an opportunity to discuss the problems of citizen participation across national borders and think through how to work effectively with citizen advisory groups.
Field of Interest
Global Issues
Author
Mary Durfee, fl. 1995
Publisher
The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
Copyright Message
Copyright © 1995 The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
Content Type
Case study
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
13
Publication Year
1995
Publisher
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
Place Published / Released
District of Columbia
Series Number
Case 199
Subject
Global Issues, Social Sciences, Environment and Ecological Issues, Environment and Social Issues, The Great Lakes, Lakes, Water pollution, Non-governmental organizations, Ecology, United States of America, USA, US of A, America, Estados Unidos, Canada, United States, Americans, Canadians, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)
Series / Program
Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Case Study Program
Keywords and Translated Subjects
United States of America, USA, US of A, America, Estados Unidos

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