Legal protection of the environment
This new edition is an excellent tool for teaching students how to analyze environmental issues and become environmental lawyers. It covers the most significant environmental programs, showing how they operate and how both agencies the courts resolve statutory ambiguities. In addition to including a new chapter on international environmental law, the second edition has been updated to include several new developments, including the Supreme Court's decision in Rapanos, the D.C. Circuit's new source review decisions in the two New York cases, and the Eighth Circuit's post-Aviall private-cost-recovery decision in the Atlantic case.
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