The making of environmental law /

The unprecedented expansion in environmental regulation over the past thirty years--at all levels of government--signifies a transformation of our nation's laws that is both palpable and encouraging. Environmental laws now affect almost everything we do, from the cars we drive and the places we...

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Main Author: Lazarus, Richard J.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2004.
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Table of Contents:
  • Time, space, and ecological injury
  • The implications of ecological injury for environmental protection law
  • The challenges for U.S. lawmaking institutions and processes of environmental protection law
  • Becoming environmental law
  • Building a road : the 1970s
  • Expanding the road : the 1980s
  • Maintaining the road : the 1990s
  • The emerging architecture of U.S. environmental law
  • Changing conceptions of time and space redux : environmental law's future challenges
  • Environmental law's second (and quite different) "republican moment"
  • Conclusion : the graying of the green.