Environmental Justice: A Legal Research Guide
KF241.E58 C65 2014
This title is a comprehensive guide to researching environmental justice and the evolution of geographic equity. Environmental justice is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.
Containing information relevant to legal issues pertaining to the pursuit of environmental justice, this guide covers where to begin your research, including suggested internet sources, federal statutory law and legislative resources, executive branch materials, secondary materials, statistics, science and much more. Subjects include the liability for environmental damages, environmental laws, environmental policies, environmental protection, and liability for hazardous substances pollution damages. Collins goes beyond the routinely taught primary law to offer advanced legal research opportunities that include, relevant executive orders, relevant legislative history for bills that have passed and not passed, statistics underlying laws on the subject matter and routinely proposed regulations due to inclusive goals of the environmental justice movement.
This guide also:
• Includes interdisciplinary resources
• List annotated examples in each area
• Offers an opportunity for advanced legal research
• And much more!
Environmental Crimes and Corporate Responsibility: A Legal Research Guide
KF241.E58 H47 2001
This pathfinder covers sources both primary (federal statutes, case law, and government agency publications) and secondary (American Law Reports, law reviews, and various looseleaf services), as well as other sources of information such as newsletters, books and publications, and organizations. Finding tips and internet sources are also provided to aid the researcher.