Environmental law and policy
This introduction to environmental law and policy considers the law and how it addresses real problems. Provides appropriate examples and precise analyses of materials, while illustrating and explaining the real application of each law, rule, or policy. Uses a comprehensive definition of the environment -- including natural resources and traditional health-related fields of air and water pollution and waste management. Emphasizes the development of a real appreciation for the sources of law and how laws, rules, and regulations are formulated, including such topics as lobbying.
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SOURCES OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY LAWS ROLES
RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT
LAND RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
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