California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice

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California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice is an essential tool in keeping up with the constant changes in science, technology and energy regulations forming California public policy. Updated twice a year, this invaluable collection brings together expert, highly focused analysis on all major areas of California environmental and land use law including the most recent legislation, regulations, and case law. The emerging issue of climate change is also covered.

COMPREHENSIVE AND AUTHORITATIVE

Land use regulation and environmental law are now inseparable in California. Property developers, for instance, must do more than comply with zoning, subdivision, and planning laws. They must also consider the relevant sections of the California Environmental Quality Act and pertinent regulations governing such issues as coastal zones, wetlands, and hazardous waste cleanup. Understanding how all these regulations relate to each other and determining which ones pertain to a specific project or case can take many hours of research.

California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice addresses this issue head-on. In a single set of volumes, it brings together expert commentary on all the environmental laws that impinge on land use. There is no other comparable edition that is so encyclopedic in scope.

You can refer to California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice for authoritative information on all aspects of California law and practice, including:

•  Use of common law doctrines in an environmental context
•  Administrative law and environmental litigation
•  The California Environmental Quality Act
•  Water and air quality control
•  Climate change and global warming
•  Land use and environmental planning
•  Solid waste management
•  Hazardous waste and toxic substance control
•  Forestry development
•  Wildlife protection and preservation

PRACTICE TIPS AND SAMPLE FORMS FROM CALIFORNIA'S MOST KNOWLEDGEABLE EXPERTS

Editorial consultants and environmental lawyers Daniel P. Selmi and Kenneth A. Manaster help ensure that a practicing attorney who is an acknowledged leader in the field writes each chapter of California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice. From toxic torts to environmental impact reports, to solid waste recovery and recycling, to California's leading role in climate change regulation, you'll profit from insights gleaned from our experts' years of experience and their comprehensive understanding of the issues at hand.

California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice has been designed with the active practitioner in mind. You'll benefit from the hundreds of practice tips spread throughout the text that provide expert guidance on specific issues, as well as flow charts, sample forms, and an alphabetical table of cases. This is a set that's meant to be used.Join the LexisNexis Environmental Law Center today!

California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice is an essential tool in keeping up with the constant changes in science, technology and energy regulations forming California public policy. Updated twice a year, this invaluable collection brings together expert, highly focused analysis on all major areas of California environmental and land use law including the most recent legislation, regulations, and case law. The emerging issue of climate change is also covered.

COMPREHENSIVE AND AUTHORITATIVE

Land use regulation and environmental law are now inseparable in California. Property developers, for instance, must do more than comply with zoning, subdivision, and planning laws. They must also consider the relevant sections of the California Environmental Quality Act and pertinent regulations governing such issues as coastal zones, wetlands, and hazardous waste cleanup. Understanding how all these regulations relate to each other and determining which ones pertain to a specific project or case can take many hours of research.

California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice addresses this issue head-on. In a single set of volumes, it brings together expert commentary on all the environmental laws that impinge on land use. There is no other comparable edition that is so encyclopedic in scope.

You can refer to California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice for authoritative information on all aspects of California law and practice, including:

•  Use of common law doctrines in an environmental context
•  Administrative law and environmental litigation
•  The California Environmental Quality Act
•  Water and air quality control
•  Climate change and global warming
•  Land use and environmental planning
•  Solid waste management
•  Hazardous waste and toxic substance control
•  Forestry development
•  Wildlife protection and preservation

PRACTICE TIPS AND SAMPLE FORMS FROM CALIFORNIA'S MOST KNOWLEDGEABLE EXPERTS

Editorial consultants and environmental lawyers Daniel P. Selmi and Kenneth A. Manaster help ensure that a practicing attorney who is an acknowledged leader in the field writes each chapter of California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice. From toxic torts to environmental impact reports, to solid waste recovery and recycling, to California's leading role in climate change regulation, you'll profit from insights gleaned from our experts' years of experience and their comprehensive understanding of the issues at hand.

California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice has been designed with the active practitioner in mind. You'll benefit from the hundreds of practice tips spread throughout the text that provide expert guidance on specific issues, as well as flow charts, sample forms, and an alphabetical table of cases. This is a set that's meant to be used.Join the LexisNexis Environmental Law Center today!

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DIVISION I. THE COMMON LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

CHAPTER 1 NUISANCE, TRESPASS, AND STRICT LIABILITY FOR ULTRAHAZARDOUS ACTIVITIES

CHAPTER 2 PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE

CHAPTER 3 TOXIC TORTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION

CHS. 4 - 9 [Reserved]



DIVISION II. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION

CHAPTER 10 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ISSUES

CHAPTER 11 PRELIMINARY LITIGATION ISSUES

CHAPTER 12 JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS

CHAPTER 13 ATTORNEYS' FEES AND OTHER COSTS

CHS. 14 - 19 [Reserved]



DIVISION III. THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT

CHAPTER 20 BACKGROUND AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CEQA

CHAPTER 21 PRELIMINARY REVIEW, EXEMPTIONS, AND NEGATIVE DECLARATIONS

CHAPTER 22 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORTS

CHAPTER 23 CEQA LITIGATION

CHS. 24 - 29 [Reserved]



DIVISION IV. WATER QUALITY CONTROL

CHAPTER 30 AGENCIES REGULATING WATER QUALITY

CHAPTER 31 WATER QUALITY CONTROL PLANNING, REGULATION, AND ENFORCEMENT

CHAPTER 32 REGIONAL WATER BOARD GROUNDWATER INVESTIGATIONS AND CLEANUPS

CHAPTER 33 CONTROL OF SPECIFIC WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS

CHS. 34 - 39 [Reserved]


DIVISION V. AIR QUALITY CONTROL

CHAPTER 40 FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS AND THE GOALS AND STRUCTURE OF CALIFORNIA'S
AIR REGULATORY PROGRAM

CHAPTER 41 STATIONARY AND OTHER NONVEHICULAR SOURCES OF POLLUTION

CHAPTER 42 FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES

CHAPTER 43 TOXIC AIR POLLUTION AND OTHER CURRENT AIR POLLUTION ISSUES

CHS. 44 - 49 [Reserved]



DIVISION VI. HAZARDOUS WASTE AND TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL

CHAPTER 50 ADMINISTRATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE LAWS: FEDERAL/STATE INTERRELATIONSHIP

CHAPTER 51 REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATORS

CHAPTER 52 REGULATION OF TRANSPORTERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AND MATERIALS

CHAPTER 53 REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE, AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES

CHAPTER 54 ENFORCEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS

CHAPTER 55 CLEANUP OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

CHAPTER 56 CLEANUP LIABILITY AND COST RECOVERY

CHAPTER 57 HAZARDOUS WASTE AND CLEANUP FEES

CHAPTER 58 CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES

CHAPTER 59 INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLAIMS, LOSSES, AND LIABILITIES



DIVISION VII. LAND USE

CHAPTER 60 ZONING

CHAPTER 61 SUBDIVISION REGULATION

CHAPTER 62 PLANNING

CHAPTER 63 GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT LIMITS

CHAPTER 64 EXACTIONS

CHAPTER 65 TAKINGS AND OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL CONTROLS

CHAPTER 66 COASTAL ZONE REGULATION

CHAPTER 67 THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

CHAPTER 68 WETLANDS REGULATION

CHAPTER 69 TAHOE REGIONAL PLANNING AGENCY

CHAPTER 70 AGRICULTURAL PRESERVATION

CHAPTER 71 HISTORIC PRESERVATION

CHAPTER 72 HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP AND LAND USE

CHAPTER 73 ANNEXATION AND BOUNDARY ISSUES

CHAPTER 74 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS AND OTHER NEGOTIATED LAND USE AGREEMENTS

CHAPTER 75 LOCAL LAND USE INITIATIVES AND REFERENDUMS

CHAPTER 75A POWER PLANT SITING

CHAPTER 76 IMPACT OF FEDERAL LAND USE PLANNING AND CONTROL

CHS. 77 - 79 [Reserved]



DIVISION VIII. OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS

CHAPTER 80 FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 81 ENDANGERED, THREATENED, AND SENSITIVE SPECIES REGULATION

CHAPTER 82 MINERAL DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 83 CONTROLS ON NOISE

CHAPTER 84 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AUDITING IN CALIFORNIA

CHAPTER 85 CLIMATE CHANGE

CHS. 86 - 89 [Reserved]



DIVISION IX. SOLID WASTE

CHAPTER 90 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

CHAPTER 91 SOLID WASTE FACILITIES

CHAPTER 92 RESOURCE RECOVERY AND RECYCLING