Natural Resources Law and Policy

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Foundation Press, 2004 - Law - 1277 pages
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This law school casebook helps instruct collegiate-level students on natural resources law. It's also intended to show students the challenges of managing natural resources policy. Starting with theories behind the law, the book then examines all aspects of resource disputes, including economic, scientific, political and ethical considerations. It explores the challenges presented by common pool resources, scientific uncertainty, mismatched scale, market failures and institutional adequacy. The book also considers resource law and management on both public lands and private property, as well as in international settings.

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Contents

TABLE OF CASES
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
xliii
CHAPTER ONE Thinking About Natural Resources
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