Authors

J.B. Ruhl

Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Idaho Law Review

Publication Date

2002

Page Number

385

Disciplines

Law

Abstract

This article advocates an active, concerted strategy for staking out the middle ground in environmental policy. The middle ground - the domain of "middle of the roaders" - has conventionally been defined by compromise, and as a result lacks any defining content and principles. I propose an aggressive middle that uses enriched sources of information, agency professional judgment, and transparent adaptive management as its components.

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