Environmental Protection

Author: Robert L. Glicksman
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 1454849355
Size: 19.66 MB
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Environmental Protection: Law and Policy welcomes Emily Hammond, a professor of law at George Washington University, whose expertise includes administrative law, environmental law, and energy law, and whose scholarship appears in a number of law journals and books, including Energy, Economics, and the Environment. Environmental Protection: Law and Policy, now in its Seventh Edition, features: A complete introduction to the history of environmental protection, laws and regulations, regulatory design strategies, and policy objectives Analysis of constitutional federalism and related policy questions concerning the design and implementation of environmental protection programs An international and interdisciplinary approach that incorporates science, economics, and ethics Coverage of the major federal pollution control laws--the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, CERCLA, and more A chapter on climate change that covers important scientific, policy, and program design questions Two chapters on natural resource management issues, focusing on the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act, but also including national forest management Landmark and cutting-edge cases with explanatory text, notes and questions Charts and graphics, plus numerous exercises and problems

Environmental Regulation

Author: Robert V. Percival
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 9781454838241
Size: 13.88 MB
Format: PDF
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Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy delivers unparalleled coverage of policy that focuses on the substance of environmental statutes, how they are translated into regulations, and the factors that affect real-world behavior. Self-contained chapters, written in a style accessible to the non-specialist, afford instructors flexibility in organizing courses. Effective teaching and study aids include charts and diagrams mapping the structure of each environmental statute, real-world-based problems and questions, "pathfinders" explaining where to find crucial source materials for every major topic, an extensive glossary, and a list of acronyms. The accompanying Website is kept current with annual statutory and case supplements. The Seventh Edition is a massive revision, updating the most significant new developments in environmental law. New problem exercises show students how to apply the law to emerging environmental concerns. Important Supreme Court decisions such as American Electric Power, Sackett v. EPA, PPL Montana, Stop the Beach and Southern Union are explored as well as oil spill liability in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon spill, liability litigation, and the Gulf Coast Claims Facility. The Seventh Edition looks at state renewable energy initiatives, the dormant commerce clause, and the impact of burgeoning natural gas supplies on energy policy. Included is coverage on efforts to control the effects of hydraulic fracturing and why "fracking" is exempt from the Safe Drinking Water Act. The EPA's regulation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act as well as California's statewide GHG cap-and-trade program are discussed. The Seventh Edition explores how climate change is affecting environmental law, especially global environmental law in the aftermath of the June 2012 Rio+20 earth summit. Features comprehensive coverage in a style accessible to the non-specialist self-contained chapters for flexibility in organizing courses. a detailed examination of policy focus on environmental statutes how statutes translate into regulations factors that affect real-world behavior charts and diagrams mapping the structure of each environmental statute real-world-based problems and questions "pathfinders" explaining where to find crucial source materials for every major subject area extensive glossary list of acronyms Thoroughly updated, the revised Seventh Edition presents: an update of the most significant new developments in environmental law new problem exercises show how to apply environmental laws to emerging concerns important Supreme Court decisions: American Electric Power, Sackett v. EPA, PPL Montana, Stop the Beach and Southern Union oil spill liability in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon spill, liability litigation, and the Gulf Coast Claims Facility state renewable energy initiatives and the dormant commerce clause the impact of burgeoning natural gas supplies on energy policy efforts to control the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing why "fracking" is exempt from the Safe Drinking Water Act EPA's regulation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act California's statewide GHG cap-and-trade program how climate change is affecting environmental law global environmental law in the aftermath of the June 2012 Rio+20 earth summit

Environmental Law And Policy

Author: Zygmunt J. B. Plater
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
ISBN: 0735577706
Size: 17.79 MB
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This user-friendly book - noted for its comprehensive legal process approach to the depth and complexity of modern environmental law - gives students a solid doctrinal footing in the law and helps build their analytical skills. Environmental Law and Policy: Nature, Law, and Society, Fourth Edition, uses the legal process approach, building on a base of common law and constitutional law and continuing on to statutory and administrative law, to illustrate both the structure of the law and how it works. Among the attributes that have made this classroom-tested casebook a favorite: coverage not only of the staples of environmental law but of hot topical areas of climate change law, regulation of toxics including consumer product exposures, natural ecological services, risk assessment, "brown-fielding" of contaminated sites, and the linkage between endangered polar bears and atmospheric loading broad topical coverage is supplemented with a reference section that includes a Statutory Capsule Appendix and an annotated Glossary of Acronyms and Abbreviations extensive author-written explanations accompanied by a large number of visuals, including charts, graphs, and photographs statutory and regulatory materials that build on the common law foundation of environmental law, showing the various ways in which statutes address environmental problems and pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of each generic statutory type The Fourth Edition, which has been reorganized to bring related content together to better correspond to the amount of time usually spent on various topics, features: a new co-author, Noah D. Hall of Wayne State an array of significant materials not generally covered in other casebooks, including: The Copenhagen Climate Change Conference (the December 2009 international climate change greenhouse gas regulatory negotiations) Exxon Shipping v. Baker (oil spill punitive damages) Native Village of Kivalina v. ExxonMobil (climate change/public nuisance tort) National Assoc. of Homebuilders v. Defenders of Wildlife (endangered species and clash of statutes/ESA, CWA) Coeur Alaska v. SE Alaska Conservation Council ("When can a pristine river be a toxic disposal lagoon?" and the Supreme Court's recent parade of retreats from environmental protection) So. Utah Wilderness Alliance v. Norton (as a reflection of pressures on resources planning) Stop the Beach Renourishment v. Florida (sea-rise and oceanfront property) expanded coverage of clean water, greenhouse gas trading, carbon taxes, and more The outstanding author team of Environmental Law and Policy: Nature, Law, and Society, Fourth Edition, offers accessible, comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of environmental law as well as today's hot topics.

Environmental Protection

Author:
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: STANFORD:36105060435257
Size: 12.48 MB
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If you're ready to tackle the fundanmental questions surrounding modern environmental law, this comprehensive revision of the classic casebook is your ideal teaching tool. In ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Law and Policy, Third Edition, The authors closely examine the premise that environmental law has progressed from an anti-pollution, and anti-public works movement to a more established perspective that influences all decisions on the use of natural resources. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Law and Policy, leads students to a deep understanding of the legal, policy, and regulatory aspects, one step at a time by: Opening the book with two cases that raise basic issues - 'What is environmentalism?' and 'What are the sources of environmental law/' - that immediately show the relevance of the interdisciplinary material. Advancing the discussion with a blend of foundational cases And The latest court decisions to explore important topics. Offering more accessible notes that present basic information about the purpose of regulatory programs and also provide alternative and supplementary perspectives on the principle cases. Integrating domestic and international environmental law to show how U.S. law has shaped international law and how evolving international norms are influencing U.S. law. Drawing interdisciplinary materials from the three major sources of environmentalism - science, ethics, and economics - convey the underpinnings of environmental law a well as their limits. Asking pointed questions so students can develop their own perspectives on the pros and cons of various policy instruments. Incorporating charts and graphics throughout the book for more engaging discussions and greater accessibility. The authors cover all the traditional course topics, including: the extent to which environmental law builds on the common law of torts the changing nature of regulatory programs, with separate chapters on the Clean Water And The Clean Air Acts They also incorporate new material on: emissions trading global climate change efforts to reduce automobile usage sustainable development biiodiversity protection environmental justice pollution prevention greater individual-consumer responsibility for environmental protection endangered species the tension between biodiversity protection And The protection of private property enforcement issues

Property Law

Author: Joseph William Singer
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 9781454888147
Size: 17.72 MB
Format: PDF
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This hugely successful cases-and-problems book is acclaimed for its textual clarity, evenhanded perspective, and contemporary, up-to-date character. Easily distinguished from other property casebooks for its clear descriptions of legal doctrine and its variations; its explanations of the social ramifications of property law; its emphasis on both statutory and regulatory interpretation; its comprehensive treatment of public accommodations and fair housing law, current tribal property issues, and property in human bodies; and its use of the problem method to teach legal reasoning and lawyering skills. Thoroughly updated to reflect significant changes in the law of property, the Seventh Edition incorporates multiple new Supreme Court cases, including: Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., Obergefell v. Hodges, and Reed v. Town of Gilbert, and three decided or pending cases with implications for regulatory takings, Horne v. Dep’t of Agriculture, Marvin M. Brandt Revocable Trust v. United States, and Murr v. State.

Environmental Policy Law

Author: Holly D. Doremus
Publisher: Foundation Press
ISBN: 1609301730
Size: 15.95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This casebook takes a very broad view of environmental law, encompassing the regulation of private and public land use and protection of wildlife as well as pollution control and remediation. It provides sufficient breadth for any introductory environmental or natural resources law course. It also strikes a balance by focusing in detail on those portions of the statutes covered that raise particularly interesting or important conceptual issues. Throughout, it highlights perpetual controversies such as the nature of human relationships to nature and the appropriate extent of individual control over natural resource use. The Fifth Edition includes problems that help students develop and test their facility with the materials in the text and the concepts underlying those materials. The new edition will also have new chapters on international environmental law issues and on enforcement issues.

Administrative Law And Regulatory Policy

Author: Stephen G. Breyer
Publisher: Aspen Casebook
ISBN: 1454857919
Size: 18.96 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When you purchase a new version of this casebook from the LIFT Program, you receive 1-year FREE digital access to the corresponding Examples & Explanations in your course area. Now available in an interactive study center, Examples & Explanations offer hypothetical questions complemented by detailed explanations that allow you to test your knowledge of the topics covered in class. Starting July 1, 2017, if your new casebook purchase does not come with an access code on the inside cover of the book, please contact Wolters Kluwer customer service. The email address and phone number for customer service are on the copyright page, found within the first few pages, of your casebook. An outstanding author team examines administrative procedure and policy in light of substantive policy issues, such as public health and safety, environmental protections, and the regulation of the economy. Questions, notes, and problems support fruitful analysis of Supreme Court decisions, administrative acts, and matters of contemporary debate. Features: Revised materials on presidential appointment and removal E-rulemaking, the Obama Administration's transparency and openness initiatives, and new technologies Material on the Information Quality Act, midnight regulations, and guidance documents A new section on global administrative law Significant new Supreme Court decisions Streamlined Notes and Questions