Engines of Environmental Change: Reflections on the Role of States in the U.S. Regulatory System

37 Pages Posted: 12 Nov 2015

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Alexandra Dapolito Dunn

American University Washington College of Law; Catholic University of America (CUA) - Columbus School of Law; Advisor, Environmental Law Society

Chandos Culleen

The George Washington University Law School

Date Written: March 1, 2015

Abstract

This article focuses on environmental regulation by states in the U.S. while discussing topics such as cooperative federalism in environmental regulation by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), state implementation of the Clean Water Act, national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) revised under the Clean Air Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) being applied to states, the reduction of copper use by California and Washington and partnerships between states to mitigate environmental problems.

Keywords: cooperative federalism, collaborative federalism

Suggested Citation

Dunn, Alexandra Dapolito and Culleen, Chandos, Engines of Environmental Change: Reflections on the Role of States in the U.S. Regulatory System (March 1, 2015). Pace Environmental Law (PELR) Review, Vol. 32, 2015, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2689203

Alexandra Dapolito Dunn (Contact Author)

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