The most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to and analysis of the Clean Air Act (CAA) is now available from the Environmental Law Institute. Authored by George Washington University Law School Prof. Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., one of the most noted authorities on the Act, this second edition of "Air Pollution Control Law" explains the legislative provisions, regulatory requirements, and court decisions that constitute the body of air pollution control law. In twenty detailed chapters, with more than twenty thousand useful references, Professor Reitze provides a thorough, understandable guide to the legal, technical, scientific, and policy issues surrounding the CAA.
No other book so thoroughly summarizes in one volume the complex yet vitally important maze of statutory provisions, regulations, and permitting requirements that characterize CAA implementation. The book includes completely up-to-date discussions of current controversial issues such as greenhouse gas controls, utility emission regulation, the "grandfathering" of existing facilities, and mobile source emissions. The book is designed and organized both to facilitate an understanding of the Act and its requirements and to provide guidance on methods of compliance and enforcement.
Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., is a Professor of Law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law and the University of Utah and a member of the University of Utah’s Institute for Clean and Secure Energy. He is the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor Emeritus of Environmental Law at the George Washington University Law School, where he was the director of the LL.M program in environmental law for 38 years. He has taught environmental and natural resource subjects for 42 years, and for 29 years he taught air pollution law to lawyers in the LL.M program. He previously authored six environmental law books, including major treatises in the air pollution field—Stationary Source Air Pollution Law (Envtl. L. Inst. 2005); Air pollution Control Law: Compliance & Enforcement (Envtl. L. Inst., 2001); and Air Pollution Law (Michie/Lexis 1995). He has authored or coauthored more than 50 law review articles, as well as numerous research studies for industry and government. For nine years he was the faculty editor of The Environmental Lawyer, a joint George Washington University Law School and American Bar Association law review.
Professor Reitze has extensive experience as an environmental lawyer with an emphasis on air pollution and climate change issues and has been “Of Counsel” with a number of law firms. He has been a consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Transportation Research Board and was a member of the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Demilitarizing Chemical Munitions and Agents (1983-1984).