Summary: Beating the Microbead: How private environmental governance has influenced the regulatory process of banning microbeads in the UK
Nicholas Wehner and
Octo Open Communications for The Ocean
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No 38sy9, MarXiv from Center for Open Science
Previous research suggests that private environmental governance has ambiguous effects in terms of democratic decision-making and transparency. This study advances our understanding of the type and impacts of private governance in the regulatory process of microbeads in the UK, drawing on the qualitative analysis of 3 expert interviews and 56 documents submitted to the government during the parliamentary inquiry phase.
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