Environmental law can be broken down into two parts. The first is pollution control and remediation. This is often dealing with environmental tort cases and the basics of common law. The second part of environmental law involves resource conservation and management. Many laws are not limited to the environment but will have major environmental components with them. Environmental law can be tricky, particularly in toxic torte cases, because it is very hard to prove the source of pollution and difficult to place blame.
Are there more environmental court cases based on pollution control and remediation or resource conservation and management?
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