Environmental Laws

The United States has many environmental laws. All the laws have been made for different reasons but all the laws have only one aim, which is to protect the natural environment and other environment. The environmental laws are for controlling the pollution levels and also to protect the natural resources. All the laws aim to protect the health and well being of all forms of life and also human life.

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There are many environmental laws in the USA both at the state and the federal level. The environmental law is a complex system of interlocking statues, treaties, common law, regulations, conventions and policies which all aim to protect the natural environment. The environment can be affected or endangered as a result of many human activities.

There are environmental laws which aim to regulate the nature and quantity of human activities whereas the other laws by both the state and the federal are preventive in nature and aim to assess the impact the human activities can have.

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