3 edition of Environmental audits: How uncooperative federalism undermines environmental protection (Briefly-- : perspectives on legislation, regulation, and litigation) found in the catalog.
by National Legal Center for the Public Interest
Written in English
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T/F: Defenders of advertising claim that, despite criticisms, advertising enjoys protection under the first Amendment as a form of speech. 1. Introduction. Decision-oriented environmental assessment is an expression used to describe theory that seeks to enhance the centrality of sustainability considerations to societal decision-making (Cashmore et al., ).This ideology is predicated primarily on a critique of the effectiveness and efficiency of conventional environmental assessment theory, particularly its emphasis upon the Cited by:
Lonnie T. Kishiyama Second Place Winner Corporations have used a variety of tactics to attempt to evade their environmental obligations. Bankruptcy has been one of the most effective corporate strategies to accomplish this end. Conflicts that have arisen between the environmental laws and the Bankruptcy Act have made it easier for corporations to escape liability for Read more». The National Environmental Policy Act of (NEPA), 42 U.S.C. d, establishes a comprehensive policy for protection and enhancement of the environment by the Federal government; creates the Council on Environmental Quality; and directs Federal agencies to carry out the policies and procedures of the act. NEPA is covered in chapter
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Environmental audits: how uncooperative federalism undermines environmental protection Author: Barry M Hartman ; Leif B King ; John J McDonald ; National Legal Center for the Public Interest. The Environmental Audit Program Design Environmental audits: How uncooperative federalism undermines environmental protection book for Federal Agencies on-line document does not contain any appendices.
These are available in the hard copies only. For more information about this document, please contact Andrew Cherry at / To obtain a hard copy, call, fax, or write Priscilla Harrington at. Audit protocols assist the regulated community in developing programs at individual facilities to evaluate their compliance with environmental requirements under federal law.
The protocols are intended solely as guidance in this effort. The regulated community's legal obligations are determined by the terms of applicable environmental facility.
Environmental auditing is a means by which corporate leadership can wisely manage environmental assets and liabilities. However, as a result of the relative novelty of environmental auditing, the legal consequences are uncertain, and the confidentiality of environmental audits has become a.
Rethinking Overlap and Duplication: Federalism and Environmental Assessment in Australia Article (PDF Available) in Publius The Journal of Federalism 40(1) December with ReadsAuthor: Robyn Hollander.
The concern for products that meet the requirements of sustainability is a key factor that drives consumers and can be the engine of a successful economy in the food businesses. In the specific case of the fresh fruit and vegetables, more than ever, sustainability understood as a greater focus on the social and environmental performance of the product and of its supply chain, can be considered Author: Nadia Tecco, Nicole Giuggioli, Vincenzo Girgenti, CristianaPeano.
The SGI is a platform built on a cross-national survey of governance that identifies reform needs in 41 EU and OECD countries. The SGI brings together a broad network of experts and practitioners aiming to understand what works best in sustainable governance.
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Draw a circle representing a public organization—for example, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), federal government level; or the State Department of Transportation, state government level; or the County Jail, local government level. [Class or Instructor chooses one.] Draw power forces from fields that impact on this agency as follows: a.
Environmental sustainability is under threat, with accelerating growth in mental protection. y Sustainable development will need to be inclusive and take special care of the needs Inequality undermines prospects for inclusive growth, equal access to social protection File Size: 2MB.
Environmental justice, while a contested concept, can be said to embrace ecology, equality and democracy. It can be more specifically defined in terms of a healthy environment (substantive environmental justice), an equitable distribution of environmental 'goods' (distributive environmental justice); and fair, participatory and inclusive structures and processes of environmental Cited by: 7.
book review the uncertain future path of environmental enforcement and compliance: a book review essay regarding clifford rechtschaffen and david l. markell, reinventing environmental enforcement and the state-federal relationship by joel a. mintz* since the early s, disturbing increases in signifícant.
Environmental audits provide companies numerous internal benefits, which include verifying compliance with the law, evaluating their environmental management systems, and helping them to prioritize environmental concerns.(17) Additionally, however, companies who use audits benefit when EPA and the Department of Justice (DOJ) pursue enforcement actions.
Countries with federal systems are able to enhance their environmental decision-making processes and outcomes by drawing upon the expertise and engagement of a variety of nested institutions with a diversity of interests and strengths. Ideally, decisions are made at the level most appropriate to the issue or problem at hand.
Occasionally, though, governmental authorities occupy Author: Sandra Zellmer. In this book, Detlef Jahn analyzes political processes in a macro-comparative study in order to estimate the role of politics in the field of environmental performance in twenty-one OECD countries.
His model demonstrates various styles of politics used to combat environmental by: 3. Specifically, we suppose that in region i, the tax evasion cost parameter is β(z, g i)=ρ e −δg i ln(z+θ), where ρ>0, δ≥0 and θ>0 are parameters, z∈[0, 1] is the central government’s tax collection effort (e.g.
auditing) and g i ∈[0, 1] is the regional government G i ’ s protection effort, both Cited by: I. Environmental Disclosure in Financial Reporting—An Unmet Need Mandatory disclosure has become a widespread public policy instrument, employed to protect the public and to improve the performance of businesses and government in fields as diverse as food safety, fuel efficiency, management of toxic substances, sales of financial securities andFile Size: KB.
Cooperative Federalism Under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act: Is This Any Way to Run a Government. Mark Squillace. Editor's Summary: Most environmental statutes reflect a decision by Congress to split implementation responsibility between state and federal governments. The author asks whether this is wise.
The real blame for the environmental crisis isn't because ordinary people leave too many lights on or use the wrong type of soap. It is the wasteful system of production for profit that is unsustainable. The real blame for the environmental crisis must be laid at the door of capitalism, governments, and the society that these forces have created.
Uncooperative federalism will often be directed toward interstitial, secondary implementation questions--the sorts of issues that do not lend themselves to the type of grand, thematic debates that are typically aired when a statute is being passed.
Consider the. AbstractThis chapter successively analyses the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and its two protocols, the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety and the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing. Following difficult negotiations, these three instruments were eventually adopted and are now perceived as a great achievement in the conservation of the : Marine Yzquierdo.Environmental regulation has experienced tremendous growth in the last quarter century.
Much of this growth has occurred at the federal level, resulting in a heavily centralized, command-and-control bureaucracy overseeing virtually all aspects of environmental protection, including enforcement. State and local governments are a significant part of the enforcement scheme, but under strict Author: Independence Institute.The risks, costs, and benefits under scrutiny are usually difficult to estimate with precision.
As one Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientist so colorfully put it, "One of the nice things about the environmental standard setting business is that you are always setting the standard at a level where the data is lousy" (quoted in Melnick Cited by: 4.