Public awareness concerning environmental matters has led to increased governmental interest and involvement. This article examines the forms and mechanisms of enforcement used by the various authorities in the United States and several Western European jurisdictions. The author concludes that stricter, more even enforcement is necessary if such laws are to be successful in improving the environment.
David S. Zalob,
Approaches to Enforcement of Environmental Law: An International Perspective,
3 Hastings Int'l & Comp.L. Rev. 299
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