In May 2004 the European Union expanded. Although most of the new member states have serious environmental problems, all are required to accept EU environmental legislation and standards. This article outlines and compares the main environmental policy instruments available to the governments of these countries: command and control regulation; market‐based instruments; voluntary agreements and informational devices. Particular attention is given to the promotion of environmental auditing.
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