Foreword Reviews

Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act

Environmental Litigation and the Crippling Battle over America's Lands, Endangered Species, and Critical Habitats

Environmental litigation is an intractable problem paralyzing America’s public land management agencies and damaging humans. Repetitious litigation causes agencies to become ineffective and their budgets overwhelmed. This book explores the rise of this litigation, uses the Endangered Species Act to illustrate its current extent, highlights cooperative conservation efforts as one emerging solution, and proposes reforms to the Equal Access to Justice Act as a partial legislative solution.

Award(s)
Third Place Grand Prize Winner in non-fiction category and as well as Winner in Science/Nature/Environment category - 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Contributor(s)
Lowell E. Baier
Publisher
Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN-13
978-1-4422-5744-3
Publication Date
Jan 1, 2016
Pages
678
Price
$75.00
Tags
#environment
#history