7 edition of Environmental federalism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill.|
|Series||The political economy forum|
|Contributions||Anderson, Terry Lee, 1946-, Hill, Peter Jensen.|
|LC Classifications||GE180 .E582 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|ISBN 10||0847685705, 0847685713|
|LC Control Number||97019208|
TY - BOOK. T1 - Environmental Law and Economics. T2 - Theory and Practice. AU - Faure, Michael G. AU - Partain, Roy A. N1 - Michael G. Faure is Professor of Comparative Law and Economics at the School of Law, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, and Professor of International and Comparative Environmental Law at Universiteit Maastricht. This edited volume is a comprehensive examination of the legal framework in which environmental policy is fashioned in the major English-speaking federations--the United States, Canada, and Australia. The need for national solutions to environmental problems emerged long after the largest share of governmental power was allotted to states or provinces.
Concluding the book, this chapter explores why environmental law regularly raises such thorny questions of federalism, and how environmental law has . “The first grand federalist design was that of the Bible, most particularly the Hebrew Scriptures or Old Testament Biblical thought is federal (from the Latin foedus, covenant) from first to last--from God's covenant with Noah establishing the biblical equivalent of what philosophers were later to term Natural Law to the Jews' reaffirmation of the Sinai covenant under the leadership .
Symposium demonstrate, environmental federalism issues are far more complicated than is reflected in the popular rhetoric about re-ducing the size of government and returning power to the states. Fed-eral environmental policy has long been sensitive to federalism concerns. Congress mandated national environmental standards only. The authors examine how the level of centralization of decision making influences " environmental capacity " and find that federalism has a negative effect on environmental capacity but this.
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The Law and Policy of Environmental Federalism makes it clear that the previous focus on pollution laws provided only a partial glimpse of the federalism issues.' --Daniel Farber, University of California, Berkeley, US 'This book is an extraordinary Format: Paperback. Federalism and Environmental Policy goes beyond the contents of policy to explore the complex web of federal-state working relationships and their effect on the implementation of policy.
It is unique in how it portrays the nuts-and-bolts, the extent to which the state and federal offices work together effectively—or not. Book Description. In Environmental Federalism, Luke Fowler helps to refocus much-needed attention on the role of state governments in environmental policy creation and implementation in the United the national government receives most of the attention when it comes to environmental policy, state governments play a vital role in protecting our natural resources.
Environmental Federalism INTRODUCTION C hange is in the air. After a century of growing national control, Americans are rethinking the role of the federal government vis-à-vis the states. This reconsideration has led to welfare reform and to a nationwide debate over education.
Now it is beginning to focus on environmental policy, too. Environmental Federalism by Terry L. Anderson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Environmental federalism book Introduction: Environmental Federalism: Thinking Smaller / Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill --Ch. Up Sovereigns: Federal Systems, Their Origin, Their Decline, Their Prospects / David D.
Haddock --Ch. Concluding the book, this chapter explores why environmental law regularly raises such thorny questions of federalism, and how environmental law has adapted structurally to manage federalism conflicts.
This article begins with an overview of federalism and intergovernmental relations, focusing on the legal structures for federalism and how these structures play out in the environmental field. Subsequent sections highlight the evolving nature of intergovernmental relationships within environmental programs, including discussions of federal-state working relationships.
And they indicate the critical need to better cope with the problems of jurisdictional overlap at the level of federalism theory. Concluding the book, this chapter explores why environmental law regularly raises such thorny questions of federalism, and what the broader federalism discourse can learn from environmental law.
Federalism and the pursuit of environmental justice --Establishing an EJ claim of disparate-impact discrimination --Clean air, EJ, and facility siting in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area --Environmental justice and enforcement of the Safe Drinking Water Act: the Arizona arsenic experience --Environmental federalism and addressing EJ concerns.
Drawing from this body of work, this conversational essay draws out two separate themes, digesting the implications of negotiated federalism for: (1) administrative environmental governance; and (2) American federalism in general, using environmental law as a substantive laboratory to demonstrate the challenges in American federalism that lead.
This chapter is in many ways a chapter that reaches interesting abstractions on the nature of power, rights, and of constitutionalism, all in the interests of environmental law. We began with a discussion on Tiebout, who argued that when people with the same preferences cluster together in communities, that competition between local authorities.
A third broad manner in which the Trump Administration is reshaping environmental federalism is by shifting more responsibility to the states. These efforts have thus far taken a back seat to the regulatory rollback and reform agenda, but will likely be a larger part of the focus moving forward.
Book Description. In Environmental Federalism, Luke Fowler helps to refocus much-needed attention on the role of state governments in environmental policy creation and implementation in theUnited the national government receives most of the attention when it comes to environmental policy, state governments play a vital role in protecting our natural resources.
Drawing from this body of work, this conversational essay draws out two separate themes, digesting the implications of negotiated federalism for: (1) administrative environmental governance; and (2) American federalism in general, using environmental law as a substantive laboratory to demonstrate the challenges in American federalism that lead us toward.
‘This book is an extraordinary piece of scholarship by top experts in the field. It challenges conventional assumptions concerning environmental federalism and offers new insights into the effects of law and policy on intergovernmental relations.
The book explores how climate change is posing novel challenges to federal/state relations and it provides valuable comparative. Previously appearing in academic journals and other publications between andthese 22 essays by Oates (economics, U.
of Maryland) explore aspects of his two core research interests (the economic dimensions of environmental policies and structures of fiscal federalism in the European Union and elsewhere), with a few exploring intersecting : $ Downloadable.
Environmental federalism refers to the debate over the 'optimal' level of government at which to delegate environmental policymaking.
Although this issue receives widespread attention across the globe, opinions run the gamut. The diversity of views plays out in practice as well as different federations have 'resolved' the issue differently.
The introduction begins by laying a foundation for the book, introducing the concept of federalism broadly, as well as environmental federalism specifically, in the interest of making the book more accessible to students and non-academic readers.
This is followed by a brief overview of each chapter and explanation of how the editor has endeavored to organize them for this book. The intensity of federalism disputes reflects inexorable pressure on all levels of government to meet the increasingly complicated challenges of governance in an ever more interconnected world.
Yet even as federalism dilemmas continue to erupt from all corners, environmental law remains at the forefront of controversy. This chapter argues that. Environmental federalism Environmental federalism is „the study of the normative and positive consequences of the shared role of national and subnational units of government in controlling environmental problems.‟ (Shobe & Burtraw, )Most scholars, like Wallace Oates, approach the issue of environmental federalism from within the purview.Wallace E.
Oates (Ma – Octo ) was a Distinguished University Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland. He taught in the fields of public economics and environmental economics, and was considered a major international figure in both fields.
His first book was Fiscal Federalism () and he authored numerous other books and articles. The book not only shows how the law-and-economics framework can be used to protect the environment, but also to examine deeper questions involving environmental federalism and the effectiveness of environmental law in developing economies.
In clear, digestible prose that does not require readers to possess a background in microeconomics or.