Washington, D.C. : Environmental Law Institute, 2003.
xliv, 505 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Is the Endangered Species Act eco-pragmatic? / by J. B. Ruhl Adaptive ecosystem management and regulatory penalty defaults : toward a bounded pragmatism / by Bradley C. Karkkainen The paradox of (eco-)pragmatism / by Jamie A. Grodsky NEPA and scientific uncertainty : using the precautionary principle to bridge the gap / by Melanie E. Kleiss Slouching toward Eden : the eco-pragmatic challenges of ecosystem revival / by A. Dan Tarlock Eco-pragmatism and ecology : what's Leopold got to do with it? / by Amy J. Wildermuth Across the Apocalypse on horseback : imperfect legal responses to biodiversity loss / by Jim Chen Ecosystem restoration : the new new thing / by Richard A. Duncan The environmental commerce clause : disguising pragmatism with metaphor / by Christine A. Klein Letting fifty flowers bloom : using federalism to spur environmental innovation / by Jonathan H. Adler The hope for sustainable development : visions of history and pragmatism of environmentalists / by David A. Westbrook Prophets, priests, and pragmatists / by Christopher H. Schroeder Environmental tribalism / by Douglas A. Kysar and James Salzman A different kind of "republican moment" in environmental law / by Richard J. Lazarus Minnesota wild /
by Lisa Heinzerling Classifying social norms / by Ann E. Carlson The psychology of global climate change / by Jeffrey J. Rachlinski Shaping the future : the dialectic of law and environmental values / by Holly Doremus Environmental ethics and environmental law scholarship / by Alyson C. Flournoy.
Contains two contributions by Boalt Hall faculty: Holly Doremus and Daniel A. Farber.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.