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Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Chair in Natural Resources and Environmental Law at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. Previously, he was the law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, and worked in the Office of Legal Counsel for the United States Department of Justice. Jan Laitos served as Vice Chair and Commissioner on the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission, and is a trustee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.
It surveys legal developments and litigation that have shaped natural resources law throughout the latter half of the 20th century.
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In addition, it hones in on every level of natural resources ownership-federal, tribal, state, and private-and includes an extensive discussion of the economic aspects of natural resources law and policy.
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Instead of proceeding with human-based goals, Laitos argues that we should protect environmental resources for their own intrinsic value. Instead of giving humans more and more rights to clean up the environment, and to halt resources depletion, a right of nonuse held by the resource itself should be created. Natural resources have always possessed this parallel nonuse function, and society should recognize and legitimize it.
Natural resources law, complex body of national and local laws, having both statutory and common-law components, that .
Natural resources law, complex body of national and local laws, having both statutory and common-law components, that regulate the use and protection of natural resources. Even when resources extend across national boundaries, or when resource exploitation (. Thus, for example, natural resources law in many states is marked by complexities that have grown out of power struggles between regional and central governments. Statutes may be directed at government behaviour or at both private and government behaviour. Most direct regulation of purely private activity affecting natural resources is done at the state level.