ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY
The Environmental Law and Policy program seeks to research and analyze important environmental law and policy issues. Recent topics of interest include environmental justice and hazardous wastes, air toxics, early action compacts, riparian buffers, and forest law and policy in Tennessee.
Chattanooga Creek Hazardous Substance Monitoring Program, funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency Region IV, Environmental Justice Small Grants Program (2002-2004) (with Dr. Martha Wells, Tennessee Technological University).
Law and Policy Options to Conserve Tennessee's Forests, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (2003).
Chattanooga Creek Watershed Pollution Prevention Initiative, funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency Region IV Environmental Justice Small Grants Program (1998-2000) (with Dr. Martha Wells, Tennessee Technological University).
Legal Approaches to Conserve Biodiversity in River Watersheds, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (1998).
Sustainable Development in Brazil: Empowering Non-Governmental Organizations, funded by the United States Information Agency (1997-98).
Tucker, J. C. and M. A. Brown. 2009. Comparative Analysis of Pesticide Regulatory Programs in the United States and Brazil. National Ag. Law Center, University of Arkansas School of Law now viewable at http://nationalaglawcenter.org/assets/bibarticles/tuckerbrown_comparative.pdf. Originally published at18 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. J. 81 (1995).
John C. Tucker, Law and Policy Options to Conserve Tennessee's Forests (in preparation).
John C. Tucker, Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Management in Florida: Obstacles and Opportunities, 13 FORDHAM ENVTL. L. J. 1 (2001).
John C. Tucker, Constitutional Codification of an Environmental Ethic, 52 FLA. L. REV. 299 (2000), reprinted in ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS AND LAW (Robert J. Goldstein, ed. 2004) (included in the series titled THE INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY (Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot, United Kingdom, ISBN: 0 7546 2313 0).
Richard Hamann and John Tucker, Legal Protection of the Intertidal Marshes of Florida's Gulf Coast, in ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF TIDAL MARSHES: A MODEL FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO 277-308 (St. Lucie Press, ISBN 1-57444-026-8, 1997).
John C. Tucke and Mark A. Brown, Comparative Analysis of Pesticide Regulatory Programs in the United States and Brazil, 18 LOY. L.A. INT'L COMP. L.J. 81 (1995).