Skip to main content
Collaborating to Nowhere: The Imperative of Government Accountability for Restoring the Chesapeake Bay
Faculty Scholarship
  • Rena I. Steinzor, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
  • Shana Jones
Document Type
Publication Date
  • Chesapeake Bay Program,
  • restoration,
  • water quality
This Article opens with an analysis of why the Chesapeake Bay Program will repeat its past failures unless a reliable mechanism for ensuring accountability is created. It then explains how the independent evaluator should be constructed to make possible the overall success of Bay restoration. Finally, it closes with a rebuttal of the arguments in favor of self--auditing and against independent review.
Publication Citation
4 Journal of Energy & Environmental Law 51 (2013).
Citation Information
4 Journal of Energy & Environmental Law 51 (2013).