Books from ELI Press

ELI Press is the critically acclaimed book publishing arm of the Environmental Law Institute. ELI Press publishes coursebooks, cutting-edge legal and policy perspectives, and reference books authored by experts in the field to educate, encourage dialogue, and foster innovation. The views and opinions expressed in ELI Press books are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ELI. ELI Press books are marketed and distributed by West Academic. Upon selecting a link to a book, you will be transferred to the West Academic site for completion of your order. If you are a faculty member, you may place exam copy orders through the password-protected West Academic faculty page once you have set up an account. If you are an ELI Associate and wish to use your 15% member discount on your order, please contact membership@eli.org for the promo code to use at checkout on their site. Should you have any difficulties with their site, please call West Academic customer service at 1-800-782-1272 or e-mail support@westacademic.com.

Nanotechnology Deskbook

Nanotechnology promises to have far reaching impacts on the economy, including offering technological advances in pollution control. While over 200 products that use nanomaterials are already in the marketplace, minimal data exist on the health and environmental effects of nanomaterials. This poses significant questions for companies, regulators, consumers, and lawyers.

SmartCode Solution to Sprawl, The

The SmartCode Solution to Sprawl is a practical guide to changing unsustainable land use patterns. The SmartCode is a comprehensive zoning tool designed by a diverse group of planners, designers, attorneys, developers, and concerned citizens led by Andrés Duany, the noted land use expert and one of today’s foremost urban planners.

Clean Water Act and the Constitution: Legal Structure and the Public's Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment, The, 2nd Edition

In this second edition of a landmark book, author Robin Kundis Craig explores the structural implications for water quality regulation when the primary federal statute for regulating water quality—the Clean Water Act—operates in a context complicated by a variety of constitutional requirements and dictates.