Environmental Law and Policy

ISBN-10: 0735579660

ISBN-13: 9780735579668

Edition: 7th 2010 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

Authors: Nash Jonathan R.
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List price: $38.00
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 4/28/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Preface
Environmental Policy and the Contours of Environmental Law
Economics and Environmental Regulation
The Common Law and Environmental Problems
The Development of Modern Federal Environmental Law
The Tools of Modern Environmental Law
Environmental Law and Federalism
Environmental Law and the Administrative State
Enforcement in Environmental Regulation
Environmental Justice
Chapter Recap
Environmental Regulation, Constitutional Law, and Administrative Law
Constitutional Law
Commerce Clause
Dormant Commerce Clause
Supremacy Clause
Eminent Domain and the Takings Clause
Administrative Law
Promulgating Regulations
Other Agency Responsibilities: Administrative Adjudication and Enforcement
Interpreting Statutes and Regulations
Chapter Recap
The Regulation of Air Pollution: The Clean Air Act
Categories of Sources
NAAQS
State Implementation Plans
SIP Calls
Sanctions for Inadequate SIPs
Specific Federal Programs
Requirements Based on the Area's Ambient Air Quality
Nonattainment
Prevention of Significant Deterioration
New Source Review
Hazardous Air Pollutants
Sulfur Dioxide Emissions Trading
Regulation of Interstate Pollution Transport
State Freedom to Regulate Beyond the Clean Air Act
Title V Permitting
Mobile Sources
The Clean Air Act and International Law
Chapter Recap
The Regulation of Water Pollution: The Clean Water Act
Clean Water Act
Goals
The Federalism of the Clean Water Act: "Waters of the United States"
Point Sources versus Nonpoint Sources
Point Source Regulation and NPDES Permits
Effluent Limitations Under Section 402 Permits
Nonpoint Sources
State Freedom to Regulate Beyond the Clean Water Act
Water Quality Standards
TMDLs
Water Quality Standards and Interstate Considerations
The Clean Water Act and Foreign Disputes
Section 401 Certification
Section 404 Permitting
Safe Drinking Water Act
Chapter Recap
The Regulation of Hazardous Wastes: RCRA and CERCLA
Solid Waste
Hazardous Waste
RCRA - Substantive Requirements
Generators
Transporters
TSDFs
Landfill Regulation
Cercla
Hazardous Substances
Responses to Releases and Substantial Threats of Releases
Cercla Liability
Overview
Scope
Who Is Liable?
The Nature of Liability
Defenses
Severability and Contributors of Small Amounts
CERCLA Exceptions: Lenders
CERCLA Exceptions: Innocent Landowners
The Future of CERCLA Sites and the Problem of Brownfields
Other Federal Regulation of Hazardous Substances
Chapter Recap
The Protection of Endangered and Threatened Species: The Endangered Species Act
Administration of the ESA
Listing Species
Controversy over Listing
Downlistings and Delistings
Designation of Critical Habitat
ESA Restrictions
Restrictions on Federal Government Action: Consultation
Irrelevance of Cost and the Availability of Injunctive Relief
Exemptions from ESA Coverage
Restrictions on Public and Private Actions
Protection of Endangered Plants
Protection of Threatened Species
Incidental Take Permits
Chapter Recap
Introduction Environmental Concerns to Government Decision Making: NEPA
NEPA-Introduction
Overview of NEPA Procedure
When Must an EIS Be Prepared?
What Is a Major Federal Action?
When Does a Major Federal Action Significantly Affect the Human Environment? - Substance
When Does a Major Federal Action Significantly Affect the Human Environment? - Procedure
Timing of the EIS
EIS Adequacy
Other Federal Information-Based Regulatory Provisions
Chapter Recap
Methods of Enforcement
Government Enforcement of the Environmental Laws Against Alleged Violators
Administrative Enforcement
Civil Enforcement
Calculating Penalties
Criminal Enforcement
Citizen Suits - Introduction
Citizen Suits Against EPA
Citizen Suits Against Violators
Standing
Executive and Legislative Control over EPA
Executive Branch Control over EPA
Legislative Branch Control over EPA
Chapter Recap
Regulation of the Environment at the International Level
The Genesis of International Environmental Law
International Environmental Treaty Regimes
Ozone Depletion, the Vienna Convention, and the Montreal Protocol
Global Warming, the Framework Convention for Climate Change, and the Kyoto Protocol
The Relevance of Domestic Law
Chapter Recap
Glossary
Index
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