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Stumbling to Johannesburg: The United States' Haphazard Progress Toward Sustainable Forestry Law


Robert Fischman


Indiana University Maurer School of Law


Environmental Law Reporter, Vol. 32, p. 10291, 2002

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This Article addresses how well forestry law in the United States promotes sustainable development, with special attention to the trends of the past decade. The role of law in shaping forest management decisions has been a contentious issue in this recent period, and forestry has been at the forefront of public concern about sustainability of natural resource management generally. Therefore, the problems and opportunities for forestry law to promote sustainable development are indications of the weaknesses and strengths of the overall U.S. legal regime.

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Keywords: forestry law, sustainable development, forest management

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Date posted: February 3, 2005  

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Fischman, Robert, Stumbling to Johannesburg: The United States' Haphazard Progress Toward Sustainable Forestry Law. Environmental Law Reporter, Vol. 32, p. 10291, 2002. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=660444

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Bloomington, IN 47405
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