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Sustainable Development: A Five-Dimensional Algorithm for Environmental Law
(Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 1999)
This article describes sustainable development as involving five dimensions: environment, economy, equity, time, and space (or scale). I suggest that the complexity inherent in balancing these five dimensions demand ...
The Seven Degrees of Relevance: Why Should Real-World Environmental Attorneys Care Now About Sustainable Development Policy?
(Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, 1998)
This article explores the evolution of the concept of "sustainable development" through what I suggest are the "seven degrees" of relevance of legal conceptualizations: (1) translation of concept into norm; (2) uncontestability ...
The Case of the Speluncean Polluters: Six Themes of Environmental Law, Policy, and Ethics
(Environmental Law, 1997)
Almost as soon as it was invented in the early 1970s, the United States' modern environmental law framework has been the subject of calls for reform. Six divergent reform approaches predominate that debate today, and behind ...