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Mause I 414
Interests/Environmental Policy/Economic Theory:
Def Environmental policy triangle of interests: a distinction is made here: polluter interests - interests of those affected - helper interests (von Prittwitz 1990, p. 116ff). (1)

Polluter interests: Polluter-interests are geared towards maintaining activities that are as polluting as possible and thereby securing their benefits at the lowest possible (environmental protection-) costs.
Interests of those affected: are aimed at eliminating environmental damage quickly and completely.
Helpers' interests: benefit from dealing with environmental damage, e.g. by providing technology to reduce emissions, thermal insulation, etc.
Problem: Interests of helpers can cause costs for other industries and thus arouse resistance. (Böcher and Töller 2012a, p. 127 ff.) (2)

1. Volker v. Prittwitz, Das Katastrophenparadox. Elemente einer Theorie der Umweltpolitik. Opladen 1990.
2. Michael Böcher & Annette E. Töller, Umweltpolitik in Deutschland. Eine politikfeldanalytische Einführung. Wiesbaden 2012

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