Cases and Materials on Environmental Law

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West Group, Nov 18, 2009 - Law - 1042 pages
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The Eighth Edition provides up-to-date treatment of climate change issues. This classic casebook provides students with a thorough understanding of all major federal environmental regulatory schemes as well as insight into current policy controversies. Particular attention is given to the proper role of cost-benefit analysis, the appropriate judicial role in reviewing agency decisions, and the impact of constitutional decisions relating to federalism, standing, and takings. it also covers the latest Supreme Court cases on subjects from Superfund to water pollution, as well as the major regulatory changes in the first year of the Obama Administration.

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A fine case book on Environmental Law. A treasure trove of cases, statutes, and essays on the subject. This is a part of the vast West series on law. Casebooks that provide entree to the various ... Read full review

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Contents

Perspectives on Environmental Law
1
The Impact of U S Environmental Regulation
22
B The Ecological Perspective
23
Copyright

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Daniel A. Farber is the Henry J. Fletcher Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota. Philip P. Frickey is professor of law at the University of Minnesota.

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