Lessons from James Strock on Environmental Protection and the Government

This is a part of a series of excerpts from the book, Leadership in Environmental Issues: What Works ©, by managing partner Stephen Anderson. This excerpted material is from Chapter 2 on James M. Strock.

A consistent, thematic question for everyone involved in environmental issues is, “Can government legislate and enforce consistently enough to save our global climate?”

There is now a spirited public debate about whether and how environmental change can be achieved in the twenty-first century. Continue reading Lessons from James Strock on Environmental Protection and the Government