Environmental Law and Policy:Problems, Cases, and Readings

Environmental Law and Policy:Problems, Cases, and Readings

by Richard L. Revesz
     
 

This casebook emphasizes environmental policy and the structure and details of the federal environmental statutes. It focuses students' attention on how tradeoffs between environmental goals and social goals are resolved in different and difficult contexts. The book pays close attention to the political context in which regulation takes place, looking at the impact

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This casebook emphasizes environmental policy and the structure and details of the federal environmental statutes. It focuses students' attention on how tradeoffs between environmental goals and social goals are resolved in different and difficult contexts. The book pays close attention to the political context in which regulation takes place, looking at the impact of our federal government, interest groups and the role of administrative agencies in the regulatory process. It focuses on current efforts to address climate change and regulate greenhouse gases through existing statutory frameworks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599415420
Publisher:
West Academic Publishing
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Series:
University Casebook Series
Pages:
1169

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