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Private Policing Of Environmental Performance: Does It Further Public Goals?, Sarah L. Stafford Apr 2012

Private Policing Of Environmental Performance: Does It Further Public Goals?, Sarah L. Stafford

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Over the past two decades the role of private parties in the policing of environmental regulation has grown dramatically. In some cases the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has led this effort. In other situations, private parties have provided the impetus for new policing activities that are conducted independently from the EPA. Private policing can be beneficial when the increased involvement of the private sector either decreases the costs of achieving a particular level of environmental performance or increases environmental performance in a cost-effective manner. Private parties, however, could also divert regulated entities away from regulatory objectives. This Article explores the ...


Human Security And Military Preparedness, Linda A. Malone Jan 2012

Human Security And Military Preparedness, Linda A. Malone

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