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The use of science, policy, and politics in the implementation of the Northwest Power Act Public Deposited

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  • "The following analysis will deal with the use of science in the development of policy and the execution of the Power Act. Specifically, it will address how science, policy, and politics play different roles in development, writing, and implementation of a regional resource plan. To discuss this, some background on the Power Act is necessary, as is a description of the process used to develop and implement the Fish and Wildlife Program. The various facets of implementation, from writing to actual action, will be discussed briefly. The roles science, policy, and politics play differ in each phase of the development. Using the Act and the Fish and Wildlife Program as an example, the evolution from ideas to writing to implementation and the changes needed in the roles of science, policy, and politics will be addressed. The opinions presented are my own and do not reflect the opinions of the Council or the Council staff."--p.2
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