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Prevention is key to avoiding the devastating consequences of wildfire, and municipalities in Colorado use a variety of hazard mitigation tools to protect people and property.
The Florida Water Resources Act of 1972 provides opportunities to protect Everglades habitats from further ecological deterioration and the region’s water resources from over allocation.
When nutrient levels in water become too high, the nutrients encourage the growth of large quantities of algae and other plants, and the very nutrients that should feed the ecosystem essentially destroy it.
Bird Conservation Regions facilitate communication among bird conservation initiatives and systematically and scientifically apportion North America into conservation units.
The Hualapai Indian Tribe is making an effort to protect places beyond reservation boundaries that hold religious and cultural importance.
Coastal landscape protections discussed here emphasize two main choices relative to sea level rise response: staying at the coastline or retreating from the coastline.
Two-thirds of California’s people and a large proportion of California agriculture depend on water that moves through the Bay-Delta Estuary.
State and local jurisdictions must contend with comprehensive planning, public input, large scale ecosystem restoration, and the outcome of litigation to ensure that the Act is successful.
RCRA citizen’s suits typically fall into two categories: current owners pursuing former owners or a citizen or public interest group formed to pursue the action.
Efforts to curb the ability of citizens to enforce the ESA misdirect public attention from legitimate concerns about the future of species protections.
The author discusses U.S. food regulations and reviews relevant recent legislative developments and existing funding challenges.
Bird collisions with building windows may implicate federal law because many of the birds that collide with windows are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Practical legal scholarship addresses our environmental challenges by marrying rigorous, legal analysis with multidisciplinary research and a commitment to solutions.
The Act seeks to ensure that the remedy at sites with institutional and/or engineering controls remains protective of human health and the environment.