The evolution of the public trust doctrine and the degradation of trust resources: courts, trustees and political power in Wisconsin
- Celebrating series on post-conflict resource management. // Environmental Forum;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p56
The article reports on the release of the first installment in a six-book series for the Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and Natural Resource Management project of Environmental Law Institute (ELI).
- Natural resource damage assessment: Economic implications for fisheries management. Hanemann, W. Michael; Strand, Ivar E. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec93, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p1188
Discusses the similarities and contrasts between the economic concepts and analyses in natural resource damage assessments and fisheries management. Creation of a process of litigation by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA); Private versus public...
- Legal Strategies for Adaptive Management under Climate Change. McDonald, Jan; Styles, Megan C. // Journal of Environmental Law;Mar2014, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p25
Climate change demands new forms of environmental decision-making. The concept of adaptive management can contribute to this transformation. Adaptive management recognises the dynamism of natural systems and the importance of monitoring, review, and modification of projects, plans and activities...
- From science to law to politics: an historical view of the ecosystem idea and its effect on resource management Scheiber, Harry // Ecology Law Quarterly;1997, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p631
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- It may be silly, but it's an answer: the need to accept contingent valuation methodology in natural resource damage assessments Montesinos, Miriam // Ecology Law Quarterly;1999, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p48
- Natural resources and the Ninth Circuit split Tobias, Carl // Environmental Law (00462276);Summer1998, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p411
Congress recently considered some proposals to split the Ninth Circuit, proposals that could have far-reaching effects on the environment, public lands, and natural resources. This Article first looks at some of the recent developments in Congress, particularly the authorization of a national...
- FORMATION OF THE THEORETIC AND LEGAL BASIS FOR SOCIAL, ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT IN THE SPHERE OF NATURAL RESOURCES USAGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Vladimirovich, Dudnik Danil; Nikolaevna, Voznyak Galina // Society: Politics, Economics, Law;2013, Issue 1, p1
The article deals with development of the theoretic basis for social, ecological and economic man-agement in the sphere of natural resources usage in the Russian Federation. The author studies in dynamics relationship development in the sphere of natural resources management, in particular,...
- Protecting Alaska's Environment. Orr, Vanessa // Alaska Business Monthly;Mar2008, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p74
The article reports on the protection of the environment of Alaska. It is stated that the use of the natural resources in Alaska is starting to contribute to the destruction of the land. It is also said that the growth of the small communities and the establishment of military in the 49th state...
- Summary. // Iceland Country Profile;2009, p62
The provides an overview on the environmental condition of Iceland. It says that the country is considered to be one of least polluted and cleanest countries in the world. The Ministry of Environment is the regulatory authority of environmental affairs in Iceland which is concerned in managing...