Friday, September 30, 2011

Binder on Forty Years of Environmental Law

Denis Binder, Chapman University School of Law, has posted Perspectives on 40 Years of Environmental Law.  Here is the abstract:
Environmental Law is 40 years old as a distinct body of law. This article is my historical perspective from 4 decades of teaching Environmental Law, emphasizing the early issues that set the foundations for today's Environmental Law, as well as the background in Administrative Law, Land Use Planning and Natural Resources Law that were the seeds of Environmental Law, the issues that blossomed, the issues that disappeared, and those that remain with us. The article contains kudos to the pioneers in the area. We note the changes in paradigms from resource exploitation to resource conservation and from the Master Builder to the Environmentalist.

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East Timor Law and Justice Bulletin said...

East Timor has just begun the process of enacting its environmental law more than 10 years since gaining independence. The draft basic environment law can be viewed on the East Timor Law and Justice Bulletin at