AMONG MANY environmentalists the failure of environmental law to address the growing ecological crisis is ascribed to undue corporate control of legislators and regulators. As a practising environmental attorney I certainly can attest to the constant corporate sabotage of environmental laws and regulations. The elimination of this overweening corporate influence would be of enormous significance. However, I fear that simply dismantling corporations or even the capitalist economic system that spawns them would be no panacea for our current legal and environmental crisis. The ecological devastation ...


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