This title was first published in 2002. Since the importance of environmental governance was realised in the late 1960s and early 1970s, this vibrant area of law has witnessed much change. Assembling insightful essays from a number of key contributors, Environmental Law takes stock of developments to date and outlines the challenges for the future.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents: Market Based Instruments: Currencies and the commodification of environmental law, James Salzman and J.B. Ruhl. Free Market Environmentalism: Free market versus political environmentalism, Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal; Prescriptions for the commons: environmental scholarship and the fishing quotas debate, Alison Rieser. Contractual Approaches: The new 'contractarian' paradigm in environmental regulation, David A. Dana. Liability Approaches: The limitations of legal institutions for addressing environmental risks, Peter S. Menell. Information Disclosure: Information as environmental regulation: TRI and performance benchmarking, precursor to a new paradigm?, Bradley C. Karkkainen; Structuring a market-oriented federal eco-information policy, Peter S. Menell. Industry and Community Based Governance Institutions: Reflexive environmental law, Eric W. Orts. Analysis of Institutional and instrument Choice: Regulatory pluralism: designing policy mixes for environmental protection, Neil Gunningham and Darren Sinclair; The choice of regulatory instruments in environmental policy, Nathaniel O. Keohane, Richard L. Revesz and Robert N. Stavins; Name index.