1980 Part Two
Examining recent legislative and judicial changes in the law governing proposed developments, the authors find that a predominant trend has been the streamlining of the procedures by which proposed developments are reviewed. Although administrative efficiency and speedy review pose the risk of unchecked development, the authors suggest that the recent changes in the law have adequately accommodated the competing goals of environmental protection and economic growth
William L. Earl, William Tarr, and Tim Smith,
Environmental Law: Streamlining the Review of Proposed Development Under the Environmental Land and Water Management Act,
35 U. Miami L. Rev.
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