Craig (Tony) Anthony Arnold

University of Louisville
Brandeis School of Law; Department of Urban & Public Affairs

Brandeis School of Law
Wyatt Hall, University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
USA
40292
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Tony Arnold’s work is at the intersection of land use, water, property, and the environment. Much of his broadly interdisciplinary work studies the emergence and evolution of legal and policy institutions in their complex, adaptive, multiscalar, and dynamic interrelationships with ecosystems and social systems. His current work is on resilience justice for marginalized and oppressed communities, adaptive planning for resilience, adaptive watershed governance, urban green and blue infrastructure policies (urban ecosystem services), and adaptive law.

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Arnold, Craig A. and Gunderson, Lance H. (2013). "Adaptive Law and Resilience." Environmental Law Reporter, 43: 10426-10443.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2225619
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Arnold, Craig A. (2007). "Structure of the Land Use Regulatory System in the United States." Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, 22: 441-523.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1020305
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Arnold, Craig A. (2007). "Structure of the Land Use Regulatory System in the United States." Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, 22: 441-523.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1020305
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Arnold, Craig A. (2011). "Legal Castles in the Sand: The Evolution of Property Law, Culture, and Ecology in Coastal Lands." Syracuse Law Review, 61: 213-60.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1701626
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Arnold, Craig A. (2011). "Fourth-Generation Environmental Law: Integrationist and Multimodal." William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 35: 771-884.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1678654
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Arnold, Craig A. (2010). "Adaptive Watershed Planning and Climate Change." Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal, 5: 417-87.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1712027
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Arnold, Craig, Olivia Odom Green, Daniel DeCaro, Alexandra Chase, and Jennifer-Grace Ewa. In Press. "The Social-Ecological Resilience of an Eastern Urban-Suburban Watershed: The Anacostia River Basin." Idaho Law Review, 51.
Abstract: This article introduces a new framework, the Institutional-Social-Ecological Dynamics (ISED) Framework for analyzing the impact of institutional change on social and ecological change when assessing interlinked systemic resilience and adaptive capacity.
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Salzman, James, Craig Arnold, Robert Garcia, Keith Hirokawa, Kay Jowers, Jeffrey LaJava, Margaret Peloso, and Lydia Olander. In Press. "The Most Important Current Research Questions in Urban Ecosystem Services." Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 22.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2483455
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Arnold, Craig A. (2014). "Adaptive Law and Resilient Cities." Idaho Law Review, 50: 245-264.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2436627
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Arnold, Craig A. (2014). "Framing Watersheds." Environmental Law and Contrasting Ideas of Nature: A Constructivist Approach. 271-302. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2232353

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy SECONDARY
Energy and Natural Resource Policy
Environmental Policy PRIMARY
Governance
Social Policy
Urban Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

NATURAL RESOURCES ADAPTIVE PLANNING ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE SCALE ECOSYSTEMS POLICY FORMULATION INSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION CONSERVATION SMART GROWTH WET GROWTH WATER RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY EMERGENCE EVOLUTION PANARCHY INSTITUTIONS WATERSHEDS LAND USE PLANNING LAND USE REGULATION