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Environmental Law

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ISBN13: 9780754621348
ISBN: 0754621340
Published: November 2003
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The late 1960s and early 1970s marked the dawn of a new era of environmental consciousness and governance throughout the industrialized world. In an era of unprecedented economic affluence within the developed nations, their electorates became increasingly concerned that environmental degradation caused by industrial pollution, the proliferation of automobiles, and unbridled resource extraction threatened the overall quality of life. This text provides a comprehensive appraisal of current issues relating to the choice of regulatory institutions and instruments, and is intended mainly as a guide for environmental policy analysts.

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Contents:
Market Based Instruments: James Salzman and J.B. Ruhl (2000) Currencies and the Commodification of Environmental Law. Free Market Environmentalism: Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal (1992) Free Market Versus Political Environmentalism; Alison Rieser (1999) Prescriptions for the Commons: Environmental Scholarship and the Fishing Quotas Debate. Contractual Approaches: David A. Dana (2000) The New 'Contractarian' Paradigm in Environmental Regulation. Liability Approaches: Peter S. Menell (1991) The Limitations of Legal Institutions for Addressing Environmental Risks. Information Disclosure: Bradley C. Karkkainen (2001) Information as Environmental Regulation: TRI and Performance Benchmarking, Precursor to a New Paradigm?; Peter S. Menell (1995) Structuring a Market-Oriented Federal Eco-Information Policy. Industry and Community Based Governance Institutions: Eric W. Orts (1995) Reflexive Environmental Law. Analysis of Institutional and Instrument Choice: Neil Gunningham and Darren Sinclair (1999) Regulatory Pluralism: Designing Policy Mixes for Environmental Protection; Nathaniel O. Keohane, Richard L. Revesz and Robert N. Stavins (1998) The Choice of Regulatory Instruments in Environmental Policy.