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agCEE and Hungary casestudy

agCEE and Hungary casestudy - (Vandeveer&Carmin,2004 o...

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EU Ascension and Environmental Policy (Vandeveer & Carmin, 2004) o As formerly Communist Central and Eastern European countries join the EU,  they find themselves implementing environmental reforms in order to meet the  demands of the  aquis . o The CEE countries find they are facing conflicting policies - e.g. those advocating  greater environmental sustainability and then others fuelling consumerism. o Although Communist states do not have a ‘good track record’ for  environmentalism, they nevertheless practiced sustainable livelihood techniques  in some areas (e.g. recycling of resources, reliance on public transport, etc). o It is necessary to consider differences between different CEE states - they have  differing capacities, circumstances and preferences   there is no ‘one-size-fits- all’ approach; just like in Western Europe.
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