The EU Water Framework Directive: part 1. European policy‐making and the changing topography of lobbying

@article{Kaika2003TheEW,
  title={The EU Water Framework Directive: part 1. European policy‐making and the changing topography of lobbying},
  author={M. Kaika and B. Page},
  journal={European Environment},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={314-327}
}
This paper is a history of the making of the European Union's Water Framework Directive (WFD). It will be followed by a second paper, which analyses the relationship between the innovations of the WFD and a range of different interest groups. This directive is of particular interest to commentators on EU policy-making because it was created through the co-decision process, in which the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament have joint influence over the final text. Following… Expand
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