From reviews of the first edition:"Covers a wide range of issues with balance and clarity. . . . I can recommend the book highly as an intermediate-level source of information and insight into the international aspects of the acid rain problem."-J.
F. Hornig, Ambio"A masterful analysis of the policy problems raised by acid rain in the U.S. and Canada . . . detailed, objective, understandable, and compelling.
Weaving substantive and institutional factors into their analysis, the authors skillfully portray the controversy's multifaceted nature."-Tracy Dobson, American Journal of International Law"[A] thorough, well-balanced analysis . . . [that] could serve as a model for analysis of complex policy issues."-Choice"Reveals the interface between science, technology, and public policy as being the co-extensive network it really is. . . . Timely and welcomed."-John de la Mothe, Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques