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Vol 22 No 6 June/July 2017

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Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review

Edited by: Helen Fenwick
Price: £267.00

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The Law and Policy of Environmental Federalism: A Comparative Analysis

Edited by: Kalyani Robbins

ISBN13: 9781783473618
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9781788112116



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This book provides a comparative analysis of the various approaches to environmental federalism and a consideration of what each system might learn from the others.

Each chapter focuses on a different regime, and together they offer a broad overview of the field as well as original theory and policy analysis that is sure to meaningfully contribute to our understanding of environmental federalism as well as our policy-making future.

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Introduction Kalyani Robbins

PART I MAJOR UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL STATUTES
1. Debunking revisionist understandings of environmental cooperative federalism: collective action responses to air pollution Robert L. Glicksman and Jessica A. Wentz
2. Dynamic federalism and the Clean Water Act: completing the task William L. Andreen
3. CERCLA, federalism, and common law claims Alexandra B. Klass and Emma Fazio

PART II REGULATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
4. . Fragmented forest federalism Blake Hudson
5. Coordinating the overlapping regulation of biodiversity and ecosystem management Kalyani Robbins
6. Evolving energy federalism: current allocations of authority and the need for inclusive governance Hannah J. Wiseman

PART III CLIMATE CHANGE AND FEDERALISM
7. Climate federalism, regulatory failure and reversal risks, and entrenching innovation incentives William W. Buzbee
8. The enigma of state climate change policy innovation Kirsten H. Engel
9. Cooperative federalism and adaptation Alice Kaswan

PART IV THEORIES OF DIFFUSE REGULATORY POWER
10. Reverse preemption in federal water law Ann E. Carlson
11. The cost of federalism: ecology, community, and the pragmatism of land use Keith H. Hirokawa and Jonathan Rosenbloom

PART V COMPARING INTERNATIONAL REGIMES
12. The Australian experience with environmental federalism - constitutional and political perspectives Robert Fowler
13. German environmental federalism in the multi-level system of the European Union Nathalie Behnke and Annegret Eppler
14. The paradox of environmental federalism in India Sairam Bhat

PART VI CONCLUDING THOUGHTS
15. Environmental federalism's tug of war within Erin Ryan

Index