Environmental Law: Cases and Materialsby Philip Weinberg
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Environmental Law: Cases and Materials, Third Edition is designed to reflect the vital and symbiotic connection between land-use regulation and the more traditional scope of environmental law. In addition it recognizes the importance of administrative agency decision-making in environmental law.
The book begins with a look at the judicial review process of agency decisions and important issues. It examines the common-law remedy of nuisance, the matrix of so much of environmental law and still a significant cause of action, and goes on to look at land-use controls, with particular emphasis on critical areas-landmarks, wetlands, coastal resources-and the de facto taking issue. Air and water quality, waste, toxics and the other areas of comprehensive statutory control, the National Environmental Policy Act, electric generation, and the increasingly important area of international environmental law are also discussed.
Since the Third Edition was published three years ago, much has occurred in this fast-shifting field. Several important decisions have dealt with air and water quality and international issues such as global warming have expanded. The Third Edition reflects these recent events.
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Meet the Author
Philip Weinberg teaches Environmental Law and Constitutional Law at St John's University School of Law in New York. He has written and lectured extensively in the field of environmental law and has chaired several bar association committees and sections dealing with the subject. Prior to teaching, he headed the Environmental Protection Bureau in the New York State Attorney General's Office.
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