The ABCs Of Environmental Regulation
The ABCs of Environmental Regulation
Simplify the enormous array of U.S. environmental regulations.
This popular handbook simplifies the complex world of environmental law and regulations so you can quickly see which ones impact your job, project or course of study. This quick guide provides:
Easy to read first cut research on a huge amount of environmental laws and regulations that will cut down your research timeHistory and summary of major U.S. laws and regulationsDefinitions of acronyms
This book simplifies 38 federal environmental regulations, including national policy, pollution prevention, air, sound, water pollution, drinking water, spills and notifications, dumping, shore protection, solid water, hazardous waste, storage tanks, workplace safety, chemicals, pesticides, mining, nuclear energy, marine mammal protection, coastal zone, estuaries, species protection, forests, soil/water conservation, ecosystems, wetlands, non indigenous species, federal lands management, continental shelf and wilderness protection.
New areas covered in this edition include Prevention of Pollution from Ships, Shore Protection Act, National Coastal Zone Monitoring Act, Estuary Restoration Act, Organotin Antifouling Paint Control Act, and international environmental and quality standards (ISO).
Specifications of The ABCs of Environmental Regulation
|Author||Albert I. Telsey|
|Number Of Pages||318|
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