Natural Resources Law: A Place-based Book of Problems and Cases
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Description: By using specific examples from locations across the country, authorsKlein, Cheever, and Birdsong evoke the intensity of debate thatarises out of disputes over natural resources. Creating context through aplace-based approach, the authors illuminate policy and breathe life intostatutory interpretation. Students from every part of the country will findsomething to relate to their own experience in the panoply of issues locatedin this casebook.Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of Problems and Cases, SecondEdition, features:broad national coverage that extends beyond traditional public landstopicsillustrative examples that involve specific locations, often includinga photo or map to create contextinteresting problems in each chapter, with rich fact patterns, thatraise contemporary policy issuesdiscriminating case selection that includes a mix of landmark andrecent decisionsrelevant statutory and regulatory excerpts begin every chapter,eliminating the need for a statutory supplementconsistent emphasis on primary sources throughout the textadaptable and teachable organization —readings are grouped intoassignment-sized segmentsextensive teaching supportdetailed Teacher’s Manualupdates and PowerPoint presentations (featuring visual aids such asmaps, photos, and statutory language) on the author website:http://naturalresources.law.ufl.eduUpdated throughout and with expanded geographic coverage, the SecondEdition includes:extensive coverage of climate change, including Massachusetts v. EPAand discussion of adaptation/mitigation policy optionsnew material on national energy policy, including its relationship toclimate change and national securitya new chapter on marine resourcesexcerpts of recent case decisionsNAHB v. Defenders of Wildlife (ESA and CWA delegation)Sierra Forest Legacy v. Rey (NEPA and logging challenge)Citizens for Better Forestry v. U.S. Department of AgricultureCalifornia ex rel. Bill Lockyer v. United States Department of Agriculture(Roadless Rule Challenge)Hicks v. Dowd (termination of conservation easements)Hage v. United States (regulatory taking of water rights)Rapanos v. United States (wetlands jurisdiction)ESA polar bear listing, new Forest Service planning regulations, wetlandmitigation rule, and final CWA water transfer ruleNow with a wider geographic scope in the Second Edition to include moreof the eastern states, few casebooks in any subject offer more teachingsupport than Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of Problems and Cases.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $201.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Aspen Pub
Binding: Cloth Text
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.00" long x 1.75" tall
|Summary of Contents|
|Natural Resources Law and the Importance of Place|
|Federal Lands: An Introduction|
|Federal Agencies: Authority and Limits|
|Nonfederal Power on Federal Lands|
|Energy and the Federal Lands: Making Policy for the Future|
|Parks, Monuments, Wilderness, and the Roadless Resource|
|Tribal Lands and Resources|
|State Lands: The Public Trust Doctrine|
|Private Lands: Conservation Transactions|
|Across the Boundaries|
|Wildlife and the Endangered Species Act|
|Natural Resources and Regulatory Takings|
|Wildland Fire: Bringing It All Together|