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Chapter 7: Land Use Agencies: Government as Landlord
The previous chapters have laid out a means for understanding environmental policy. They have provided a general perspective for understanding and justifying policy, a historical perspective on how policy has evolved and is influenced by national and local forces, and an overview of the processes determining policy implementation. They have shown that there is a seemingly ever-increasing wealth of players making competing demands on government and the environment and a growing, highly politicized, and fragmented political system responding. Additionally, they have demonstrated that demand and supply are endogenous to one another.