Dealing with Risk: The Courts, the Agencies and Congress : Presentations Delivered at the Fourteenth Annual Conference on the Environment May 17-18, 1985
Public Services Division, American Bar Association, 1986 - Environmental health - 43 pages
This work discusses how to assess and manage risk in environmental law.
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The Role of Courts in Risk Assessment
The Role of Congress in Risk Management
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