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Environmental Law

2013

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Treading Water While Congress Ignores The Nation's Environment, Sandra B. Zellmer Jun 2013

Treading Water While Congress Ignores The Nation's Environment, Sandra B. Zellmer

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During the late 1960s, the nation's attention was riveted on graphic images of contaminated resources, such as smoldering rivers and oil-soaked seagulls,' as well as Rachel Carson's haunting prose about the "strange blight"2 of chemical pesticides afflicting land, water, and wildlife. Policymakers recognized the need for strong legal protections for public health and the environment, and Congress responded with sweeping legislation governing the pollution of water, air, and soil, and the demise of threatened and endangered species.3

The Clean Water Act of 1972 (CWA), which regulates discharges of pollutants into waters of the United States, is ...


Improving Water Quality Antidegradation Policies, Sandra B. Zellmer, Robert L. Glicksman Jan 2013

Improving Water Quality Antidegradation Policies, Sandra B. Zellmer, Robert L. Glicksman

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