Published: April 01, 2007
This report examines the qater quality program, and finds that it is time to apply a much broader set of remedies. The Academy Panel learned what needs to be done by conducting an in-depth review of the Chesapeake Bay Program. It is unique review of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Its unique combinatioin of scientif studies, interstate policies, stakeholder partnering, and best practice inovation shows what is necessary to restore the Bay to the healthy conditions. The next step is to apply this knowledge on a nationwide scale. EPA has been experimenting with similar approaches nationally, and is on the cusp of being able to expand this effort.
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Originator: National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA)