2007 • $64.00 • 356 pp • paper
Environmental Protection and Justice offers students both a broad ethical and practical perspective on the evolving practice of Environmental Law, and a more specific focus on environmental justice developments. The book's "environmental justice" materials have been expanded and updated for this Second Edition, creating an extensive and useful selection of such materials. This edition refines and builds upon the original materials with important recent developments, most notably selections from EPA's proposed Title VI Guidances and materials on the Shintech-Tulane Environmental Law Clinic controversy.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.