ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER What was until recently considered to be only a future problem for California is now costing dozens of lives and billions of dollars in the state and beyond.
ELI PRESS Pitching environmental regulation as win-win while not taking into account that, at the local scale, a regulation will look like a game with clear winners and losers has led to conflict, litigation, and bruised relationships among industrial society’s stakeholders.
RESEARCH & POLICY STUDIES Federal law has failed many poor and minority communities, who suffer disproportionately from pollution generated by others. But states are filling the gap by providing new rights in their constitutions and comprehensive environmental justice legislation.
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