ISBN-10:
1454868406
ISBN-13:
9781454868408
Pub. Date:
06/28/2016
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Environmental Law and Policy / Edition 5

Environmental Law and Policy / Edition 5

by Plater

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ISBN-13: 9781454868408
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 06/28/2016
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 1120
Sales rank: 309,109
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.70(d)

Table of Contents

Part One Basic Themes

Chapter 1 Basic Themes in Environmentalism
Chapter 2 Cross-Cutting Themes in Environmental Law

Part Two The Enduring Role of Common Law in Environmental protection

Chapter 3 Common Law Tools for Environmental Protection
Chapter 4 The Special Challenges of Toxic Tort Litigation

Part Three The Basic Public Law of Environmental Law

Chapter 5 An Introduction to Environmental Public Law and Regulatory Agencies
Chapter 6 The Administrative Law of Environmental Law
Chapter 7 Levels of Government & Sovereignty in the Environmental Context

Part Four A Taxonomy of Public Law Approaches to Environmental Protection

Chapter 8 Disclosure Statutes—: Public & Private Information, the Power of Required Disclosure, and the Stop-and-Think Logic of the
National Environmental Policy Act
Chapter 9 Planning as a Management Tool: Agency Oversight of Private & Public Resource Use, and the Challenge of Adaptive
Management
Chapter 10 Roadblock Statutes: The Endangered Species Act
Chapter 11 From Harm-Based to Technology-Based Standards: Air
Chapter 12 From Technology-Based to Harm-Based Standards: Water
Chapter 13 The Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis and Risk Assessment
Chapter 14 Market-Enlistment Environmental Strategies
Chapter 15 Front-End Strategies: Market Entry Controls, Pollution Prevention, Toxic Use Reduction
Chapter 16 Remedial Liability Regulatory Strategies: CERCLA
Chapter 17 Life-Cycle Regulatory Strategies: RCRA

Part Five Overarching Legal Perspectives

Chapter 18 Enforcement & Compliance Strategies in the Civil Law Realm
Chapter 19 Environmental Criminal Law
Chapter 20 Public Rights and the Public Trust Doctrine
Chapter 21 Public & Private Rights in Property: Eminent Domain & Regulatory Takings
Chapter 21 International & Comparative Environmental Law

Afterword

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