The sole aim of this study is to control air pollution in common states in Nigeria and other states likewise. The Federal Clean Air Act of 1970 is widely seen as a revolutionary legal response to the failures of the earlier common law regime, which had governed air pollution in the United States for more than a century.
Morag-Levine challenges this view, highlighting striking continuities between the assumptions governing current air pollution regulation in the United States and the principles that had guided the earlier nuisance regime. Most importantly, this continuity is evident in the centrality of risk-based standards within contemporary American air pollution regulatory policy. Under the European approach, by contrast, the feasibility-based technology standard is the regulatory instrument of choice. Regulating Air Pollution
Through historical analysis of the evolution of Anglo-American air pollution law and contemporary case studies of localized pollution disputes,Chasing the Windargues for an overhaul in U. S. air pollution policy. Regulating Air Pollution This reform, following the European model, would forgo the unrealizable promise of complete, perfectly tailored protection–a hallmark of both nuisance law and the Clean Air Act–in favor of incremental, across-the-board pollution reductions. Regulating Air Pollution
The author argues that prevailing critiques of technology standards as inefficient and undemocratic instruments of “command and control” fit with a longstanding pattern of American suspicion of civil law modeled interventions. Regulating Air Pollution This distrust, she concludes, has impeded the development of environmental regulation that would be less adversarial in process and more equitable in outcome.Regulating Air Pollution.
At the ed of this research work, you will learn that to regulate air pollution in Nigeria is very important and good for human health in Nigeria.