Biodiversity Conservation and the Ever-Expanding Web of Federal Laws Regulating Nonfederal Lands: Time for Something Completely Different?

120 Pages Posted: 5 Mar 2009 Last revised: 25 Jun 2013

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J. B. Ruhl

Vanderbilt University - Law School

Abstract

This article offers an early examination of the law and governance of biodiversity (circa 1995) through the lenses of the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and Coastal Zone Management. It suggests that true multi-scalar, cooperative federalism will be needed to manage complex ecological resources for biodiversity conservation. A suggested model employing regional biodiversity management approaches is outlined.

Suggested Citation

Ruhl, J. B., Biodiversity Conservation and the Ever-Expanding Web of Federal Laws Regulating Nonfederal Lands: Time for Something Completely Different?. University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 66, No. 3, 1995; FSU College of Law, Public Law Research. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1353330

J. B. Ruhl (Contact Author)

Vanderbilt University - Law School ( email )

131 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37203-1181
United States

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