Traditional "command and control" industry environmental regulation needs reform if it is to contribute fully to sustainable development, according to a panel of British experts. However, the group sees regulation continuing to set a framework for other policy instruments such as voluntary agreements.
Convened by environmental group the National society for clean air (NSCA) to mark its centenary, the multi-stakeholder panel's key recommendation is for greater integration of regulation with a broader focus demanded by sustainability concerns.
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