This book examines major economic incentive and market-based environmental protection programs that are being implemented by governments, including pollution taxes, pollutant trading programs, regulatory waiver programs, subsidies, grants, loans and favorable tax treatment, and deposit/refund systems.
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The Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 significantly altered the laws governing pesticides. The Pesticide Regulation Deskbook provides up-to-date, detailed analysis by leading experts of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and the pesticide requirements under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
The United States is struggling to control its sprawling land use patterns and to develop a unifying strategy of smart growth. The new millennium has brought with it greater popular understanding of this matter, and it is now known that land use law and practice directly address the problems associated with sprawl.
SPECIAL ELR SYMPOSIUM ISSUE (November, 2005) The Next Frontier: Individual and Household Environmental Behavior
On April 22, 2005, the Environmental Law Institute co-sponsored with the Vanderbilt University Law School, Owen Graduate School of Management, and Vanderbilt Center for the Study of Religion & Culture a Symposium entitled: The Next Environmental Frontier: Individual and Household Environmental Behavior. The Symposium focused on the emerging problem of individual and household envir
The “environmental police” are very much on the beat, requiring cleanup and meting out punishments for transgressions of U.S. law. In fiscal year 1999, the U.S. EPA concluded enforcement cases requiring a record $3.6 billion for environmental cleanup, pollution control equipment, pollution prevention, and improved monitoring.