2 edition of efficacy of government regulation for environmental protection found in the catalog.
efficacy of government regulation for environmental protection
Donald N. Dewees
1991 by Law and Economics Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in [Toronto, Ont.] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald N. Dewees.|
|Series||Law and economics working paper series -- WPS-7 (1991)|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law. Law and Economics Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
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The discipline of the bottom line is crucial to changing government land management. A major reason for the difference is the higher costs of national forest timber sales. Norovirus: Efficacy data conducted using the feline calicivirus is considered acceptable as a surrogate to support an efficacy claim against the Norwalk virus or Norwalk-like viruses i. The system of federalism created by the Constitution generated unprecedented economic growth.
Environmental advocates and their political allies would eventually prevail in defeating the Clear Skies initiative. Even at the Bureau of Reclamation, home of water projects that subsidize water use, a task force was established in to explore the possibilities of privatizing bureau projects. Building on a common-law base, state water quality agencies quite often grew out of the agencies that managed water rights and water supply. National level regulations that are too stringent can mean ineffective regulation in practice.
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With caps on surface water use, both urban and rural consumers are turning to groundwater use; this has caused groundwater levels to decline significantly. On the other hand, The Agenda 21 program has been implemented in over 7, communities.
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International imbalance between environmental governance and trade and finance programs, e. Even if some species protection were to be carried out by the national government, private groups could bid for tax dollars with competing species protection plans.
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The discipline of the bottom line is crucial to changing government land management. As the value of wildlife has risen, private landowners have had a greater incentive to overcome the organizational costs and capture the higher value of wildlife, yet states have been reluctant to allow this natural development.
Also, population growth requires more intense agricultural areas use, which also results in necessity of new areas to be deforested. In recent years, the authority of national government over wildlife has expanded beyond migratory species through the Endangered Species Act.
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