Farms, The Environmental Harms, and Environmental Law

Ruhl, J.B.
April 2000
Ecology Law Quarterly;2000, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p263
Academic Journal
Explains that convention prescriptive regulation of farms in the U.S. will effectively fit the geographic, economic and political demographics of farm. Documentation of the environmental harms farms cause; Safe harbors farms enjoy in environmental law; Argument federal government should blend regulation, information, tax, incentive and trading instruments to address several of the major cause of harms.


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