6 Journal of Energy & Environmental Law 46 (Winter 2016)
Professor Fischman’s article suggests several ways in which a mandated unit-level (e.g. an individual national forest) plan can better contribute to goals of a larger region (e.g. the Willamette River watershed) and of federal agencies (e.g. mandates to maintain ecological integrity). The scientific literature is largely in agreement that achieving ecological integrity, adaptive management, and climate change resiliency all require large-scale coordination across property boundaries and jurisdictions. The author takes these widely accepted findings as a starting point and shows how public agencies can implement effective practices. The article attempts to integrate traditional regulatory analysis with actual planning practices as revealed in empirical work.
Fischman, Robert L., "Leveraging Federal Land Plans Into Landscape Conservation" (2016). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 2038.