7 edition of Reinventing environmental enforcement and the state/federal relationship found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Reinventing environmental enforcement & the state/federal relationship, State/federal relationship|
|Statement||by Clifford Rechtschaffen and David L. Markell.|
|Contributions||Markell, David L.|
|LC Classifications||KF3775 .R387 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 450 p. :|
|Number of Pages||450|
|LC Control Number||2003269557|
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, DC MEMORANDUM Steering Committee on the State/Federal Enforcement Relationship. POLICY FRAMEWGid FOR STATE/EPA Xgreemsnts are intended to enhance enforceruent of State and =ederal c environmental laws. ENCLOSURE: Robert David STEELE Vivas, REINVENTING INTELLIGENCE: 30 Years in the Wilderness (Earth Intelligence Network, ). Book available in both digital and color print form at DISTRIBUTION (EACH WITH ENCLOSURE): Director, Office of .
To obtain print copies, contact the GPO Customer Contact Center toll-free at (DC or Int'l call ) or GPO Main Bookstore at New and Noteworthy Title. The State Review Framework (SRF) consistently assesses EPA and state enforcement of the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Clean Air Act (CAA), and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Designed collaboratively in by EPA and the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS), Exit EPA works in partnership with each state to create a final.
At least 10 major federal laws deal with protecting the environment and the health and safety of U.S. residents. This is in addition to the multitude of other federal acts, rules, and administrative environmental regulations. There are also scores of environmental laws that have been enacted by state and local government. The governmental public health infrastructure at the federal, state, and local levels consists of physical resources (e.g., laboratories), information networks, and human resources (the public health workforce). An adequately sized and appropriately trained workforce performing competently is an essential element of the public health.
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The shifts in federal/state enforcement relations are highly significant, with the potential to fundamentally reorder the division of authority that has existing over the past 25 years. This book thoroughly documents the changing nature of federal/state relations in enforcing environmental by: Over the years, states have gradually assumed "primacy" in more and more areas; they now have authority to implement approximately three-quarters of the major federal environmental programs that can be delegated to them, and carry out in the neighborhood of eighty percent of the enforcement actions under the federal statutes.
While states have long resented aspects of EPA oversight, some states traditionally relied on the presence of the federal Cited by: This item is out of print. There are no plans for a new edition at this time.
The state/EPA enforcement relationship The reinvented enforcement relationship Deterrence versus cooperation: is major reform appropriate.
Enhancing state performance: options for EPA. Other Titles: Reinventing environmental enforcement & the state/federal relationship State/federal relationship: Responsibility. Request PDF | Reinventing Environmental Enforcement the State/Federal Relationship | Most federal environmental statutes currently operate under.
Contents: 1. An overview of environmental federalism -- 2. Strategies for achieving compliance with environmental laws -- 3. The state/EPA enforcement relationship -- 4. The reinvented enforcement relationship -- 5. Deterrence versus cooperation: is major reform appropriate.
-- 6. Enhancing state performance: options for by: In their remarkable, important new book, Reinventing Environmental Enforcement and the State/Federal Relationship (Reinventing Environmental Enforcement), (3) Clifford Rechtschaffen and David Markell provide deep insights into these events and trends.
Reinventing Environmental Enforcement and the State/Federal Relationship. By Clifford Rechtschaffen and David L. Markell. Abstract. Contents: 1. An overview of environmental federalism -- 2. Strategies for achieving compliance with environmental laws -- 3.
The state/EPA enforcement relationship -- 4. The reinvented enforcement relationship -- : Clifford Rechtschaffen and David L. Markell. REINVENTING ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT & THE STATE/FEDERAL RELATIONSHIP (Envtl.
Inst. The book may be ordered or additional information obtained by visiting Portions of this Article first appeared in David L. Markell, The Role of Deterrence-Based Enforcement in a "Reinvented" State/Federal. The allocation of enforcement responsibility between the state and federal government has varies dramatically in different statutory programs enacted in the s and s.
These variation appear to have occurred as a result of short-term environmental and resource problems rather than in response to any set of principles concerning the. Worked with States to Manage Petroleum-Related Wastes Rather than Imposing New Federal Regulations: EPA pursued an innovative alternative by granting seed money to an organization of oil and gas producing states to work together with industry, environmental groups and communities to develop guidelines for state programs to manage these wastes.
State-federal cooperation is particularly visible in the civil environmental enforcement context. Throughout the Department, from top to bottom, there is a firm commitment to cooperative relationships with the States when enforcing environmental laws.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Chapter 1 Introduction to Environmental Enforcement 3 A.
Overview 3 B. Theories and Objectives: Deterrence versus Cooperation 5 Bruce M. Diamond,Confessions of an Environmental Enforcer 5 Clifford Rechtschaffen & David L.
Markell,Reinventing Environmental Enforcement and the State/Federal Relationship 9 C. Environmental Federalism 14 1. A key component of this agenda was giving state and local governments more responsibility for regulation and enforcement. This agenda presents an opportunity for a rethinking of the federal-state relationship as it pertains to environmental protection.
the environmental law program from to He has published several articles, and is the co-author of two books, about environmental enforcement, Reinventing Environmental Enforcement and the State/Federal Relationship, and Environmental Enforcement: Cases & Materials (a law school casebook).
Prior to teaching at Golden Gate, he worked in the. Reinventing (Open) Government: State and Federal Trends Jeremy R.T. Lewis* Federal open records laws, executive orders on national security classification, and similar policy instruments in the states require that most records at government agencies be available to the public upon requestubject to exemptions which may entail review.
We favor the preservation of state sovereignty when legislating or regulating activity in the states. To ensure the proper balance between state and federal action and to promote a strong and cooperative state-federal relationship, governors encourage federal officials to adhere to the following guidelines when developing laws and regulations.
Both the federal and state governments play a role in environmental protection. Each has a comparative advantage in addressing particular types of environmental concerns. THE FEDERAL AND STATE ROLES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT: A.
PROPOSAL FOR A MORE EFFECTIVE AND MORE EFFICIENT RELATIONSHIP. LeRoy C. Paddock** Beforethe responsibility for environmental enforcement had been the nearly exclusive domain of state and local govern- ments.' However, beginning with the passage of the Clean Air Act.
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Reinventing Environmental Enforcement and the State-Federal Relationship. Marc Blitzstein: a .These guidelines recommend on-going collaboration and communication among federal and state environmental enforcement personnel in order to help ensure effective and efficient enforcement, avoid duplication of effort, reduce opportunities for state/federal conflict, and promote effective use of state and federal enforcement resources.The implementation and enforcement of many of these federal authorities is delegated to the states.
EPA also provides financial assistance to states and local governments to aid them in administering pollution control programs and in complying with certain federal environmental requirements.
Several federal statutes provide the.