presented: “The Fables of Federal Environmental Regulation:
A Re–examination of the Reasons for Federal Environmental Regulation”
An Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation at Case Western Reserve University, Jonathan Adler teaches courses in Environmental Law, International Environmental Law, and Constitutional Law. Prior to entering law school, he worked as the Director of Environmental Studies for the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. Adler’s writing focuses primarily on environmental and regulatory policy issues. He is the author or editor of Ecology, Liberty, and Property: A Free Market Environmental Reader, The Costs of Kyoto: Climate Change Policy and its Implications, and Environmentalism at the Crossroads: Green Activism in America. He has written articles for such journals as Environmental Law and Supreme Court Economic Review as well as The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. He is also a contributing editor to National Review Online.
This lecture is on the 4th part of the Environmental Wars recordings set, available on DVD, VHS, CD or audio cassette formats. It is available to order individually, or as part of the full set.