The Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Training Project ended in December 1995. However, all 50 publications about environmental policy are available at this site. As all hard copies have been distributed to international policymakers abroad, I urge you to access the papers on the Internet. You can download all or part of each document or use key word searches. The topics include: Energy, Industry, and the Urban Environment Forestry and Watershed Management Population and the Environment Resource Pricing and Institutions I hope these documents will be useful to you in your important work. PROJECT INFORMATION A USAID-funded global program, the Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Training Project (EPAT), is implemented, in part, by 15 universities and development organizations through the Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities, Inc. (MUCIA). EPAT/MUCIA has research, training, and communication components that offer the latest information about: * Energy, Industry & the Urban Environment * Forestry & Watershed Management * Macroeconomic Policy * Population & the Environment * Institutions & Policy Implementation * Environmental Policy Training * Environmental Policy Communications EPAT/MUCIA publications include: * Policy Briefs - short overviews of environmental policy concerns * Case Studies - outlining specific in-country policy challenges * Manuals - how-to-do-it environmental policy handbooks for easy reference * Working Papers - of environmental policy research in progress * Monographs - detailing the state of knowledge in particular subject matter areas. EPAT/MUCIA environmental policy partners apply their research to real problems, and they are eager to collaborate with researchers throughout the world. USAID Missions, national and international agencies, and host country governments can collaborate with the EPAT/MUCIA project by contacting: Chief of Party Tel: (703) 841-0026 Fax: (703) 841-0699 EPAT/MUCIA-Research and Training partners include University of Arizona; Cornell University; University of Illinois; Indiana University; University of Iowa; University of Michigan; Michigan State University; University of Minnesota; The Ohio State University; Purdue University; University of Wisconsin; Abt Associates; Development Alternatives, Inc.; Development Associates, Inc.; and World Resources Institute.
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