Hurricane Katrina's overriding lesson for environmental law is no less than our environmental lawmaking institutions require fundamental reformation. Otherwise, the nation's tragic failure not only to enact laws that anticipate the obvious risks presented to the Gulf Region by hurricanes, but perversely to increase those risks by destroying the ecosystem's natural protections, will inevitably be repeated with even more devastating results.
81 Tul. L. Rev. 1019-1058 (2007)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Lazarus, Richard J., "Environmental Law After Katrina: Reforming Environmental Law by Reforming Environmental Lawmaking" (2007). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 529.