This comprehensive and accessible study will appeal to scholars, students, and practitioners of environmental policy, political science, public administration, comparative provincial politics, political history, and anyone with an interest in the environment and politics of Ontario.
Mark S. Winfield is an associate professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. He was policy and program director with the Pembina Institute from 2001 to 2007, and director of research at the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy from 1992 to 2001. He has written numerous articles on environmental law and policy, and testified at the Walkerton Inquiry as an expert witness on Ontario environmental law and policy affecting drinking water quality.
1 Introduction 2 The Environment and the Dynasty 3 The Environment and Ontario's Quiet Revolution 4 Sustainable Development, Restructuring, and Recession 5 The Environment and the Common Sense Revolution 6 From Walkerton to McGuinty 7 The Dynasty Redux? 8 Conclusions Epilogue: The October 2011 Election and Its Implications for Ontario's Environment and Economy Appendices; Notes; Bibliography; Index