Book Description

Includes added coverage of the full range of public law approaches to regulatory standard-settings and implementation systems. Considers different environmental statutes' evolution, from the "first generation" of the 1970s to the second, third, or fourth generation of present practice. Expands attention to market-enlisting approaches for achieving environmental quality, beyond command-and-control. Looks at evolving approaches to civil enforcement, both governmental and private, including industrial self-enforcement.