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In the United States, environmental law has evolved into a combination of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and policies. Environmental laws include international treaties as well as statutory law made by Congress , state legislators, and tribes , administrative regulations promulgated by state and federal government agencies , local ordinances created by municipal bodies and case law created by judges deciding legal disputes. These environmental laws create a complex and interconnected web of rules intended to protect the environment and public health. The roots of environmental law in the United States can be found in our common law tradition.
Strategies must be developed as to how inspectors should go about the task of intervening in the affairs of regulated organisations to ensure compliance and enforcement—a question regarding which there is little consensus. This article examines this question from a number of angles: descriptive; analytical; and normative. It explores the practices of a representative sample of environmental regulators, identifying a number of distinctive intervention strategies which are only limitedly shaped by existing theoretical models. It goes on to examine the strengths and weaknesses of each strategy and to consider how best to balance the sometimes competing criteria of effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy. Second, strategies must be developed as to how inspectors should go about the task of intervening in the affairs of regulated organisations.
In partnership with stakeholders, the law aims to adopt a systematic, comprehensive and ecological solid waste management program that shall ensure the protection of public health and environment. The law ensures proper segregation, collection, storage, treatment and disposal of solid waste through the formulation and adaptation of best eco-waste products. It provides for comprehensive and integrated strategy to prevent and minimize pollution through a multi-sectoral and participatory approach involving all the stakeholders. The law aims to achieve and maintain clean air that meets the National Air Quality guideline values for criteria pollutants, throughout the Philippines, while minimizing the possible associated impacts to the economy. The law aims to regulate restrict or prohibit the importation, manufacture, processing, sale, distribution, use and disposal of chemical substances and mixtures the present unreasonable risk to human health. It likewise prohibits the entry, even in transit, of hazardous and nuclear wastes and their disposal into the Philippine territorial limits for whatever purpose; and to provide advancement and facilitate research and studies on toxic chemicals.
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Environmental policy , any measure by a government or corporation or other public or private organization regarding the effects of human activities on the environment , particularly those measures that are designed to prevent or reduce harmful effects of human activities on ecosystems. Environmental policies are needed because environmental values are usually not considered in organizational decision making. There are two main reasons for that omission. First, environmental effects are economic externalities. Polluters do not usually bear the consequences of their actions; the negative effects most often occur elsewhere or in the future.
An amalgam of state and federal statutes, regulations, and common-law principles covering air pollution , water pollution , hazardous waste, the wilderness, and endangered wildlife. Almost every aspect of life in the United States is touched by environmental law. Drinking water must meet state and federal quality standards before it may be consumed by the public. Car manufacturers must comply with emissions standards to protect air quality. State and federal regulations govern the manufacture, storage, transportation, and disposal of the hazardous chemicals used to make deodorants, hair sprays, perfumes, makeup, fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, detergents, cleansers, batteries, and myriad other common goods and products.
This article lists the most important national environmental laws by continent and country. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Part of a series on Environmental law Pollution control law Environmental impact assessment Air quality law Water quality law Waste management law Environmental cleanup law Natural resources law Species protection Water resources law Mining law Forestry law Fisheries law Game law Reference materials Environmental journals International environmental agreements Environmental laws by country Environmental lawsuits Environmental ministries Supranational environmental agencies Related topics Administrative law Bankruptcy law Climate change litigation Earth jurisprudence Ecocide Energy law Environmental crime poaching Environmental personhood Environmental justice Insurance law International law Land law Land use Law of the sea Property law Public trust doctrine Rights of nature Right to a healthy environment Wild law v t e. This list is incomplete ; you can help by adding missing items with reliable sources.
researcher should consider the relevance of national environmental laws, regulations and policy statements ieee-citisia.orgpdf. The Index treaties and other types of international environmental agreements. a.
Environmental policy is the commitment of an organization or government to the laws, regulations, and other policy mechanisms concerning environmental issues. These issues generally include air and water pollution , waste management , ecosystem management , maintenance of biodiversity , the management of natural resources , wildlife and endangered species. This policy can be deliberately taken to influence human activities and thereby prevent undesirable effects on the biophysical environment and natural resources, as well as to make sure that changes in the environment do not have unacceptable effects on humans. One way is to describe environmental policy is that it comprises two major terms: environment and policy. Environment refers to the physical ecosystems, but can also take into consideration the social dimension quality of life, health and an economic dimension resource management, biodiversity.
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