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In recent years there has been a movement in academia from studying environmental policy on the national level to a much narrower examination of local municipalities and their respective green initiatives. The implications of this research reach well beyond the borders of academics and hit squarely municipalities and their corresponding local policy makers. We, as political scientists, must ask what particular characteristics of municipalities play the most significant role in green initiative adoption. Recent urban scholarship has suggested several variables that influence the adoption of environmental policies, but one specific variable, municipality home rule status, has had little to no scholarly consideration.
Eastin, Luke, "Home Rule and Environmentalism: The Adoption of Green Initiatives in U.S. Municipalities" (2013). 2013 Awards for Excellence in Student Research & Creative Activity - Documents. 5.
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