environmental law

No other sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish. Read the questions and answer what is asked. Be concise and keep your response focused. Review, revise and edit your answers carefully.Your answer may be no longer than 5 pages, double-spaced, with one-inch margins and in Times New Roman, 12 pt font.Question #1: (10 points)Define the following and explain why each is important in the context of environmental law:I=PAT formula ( you can find this in the doc percival 1-8 in pages 3 and 4)Garrett Hardin’s “The Tragedy of the Commons” (you can find this in the pdf file tragedy of commons)Question #2 (15 points)Briefly summarize the facts of the Missouri v. Illinois case (Percival pp.82-85). What was the nature of the claim asserted and relief requested by Missouri? Why did the Supreme Court deny the relief requested by Missouri? (you can find this in the pdf percival 71-93 in pages 82-85)Question #3 (25 points)Discuss the deficiencies in the common law approach to addressing environmental problems and why the approach was considered inadequate to address environmental problems in a modern industrial society. (you can find this in the pdf files percival 59-71 and 71-93, these two docs contain information on the common law)Question #4 (25 points)Using the dolphin-safe tuna example at pages 141-42 (Percival), discuss the interaction among market forces, regulation (and to the extent you think relevant, liability) as institutional mechanisms for addressing environmental problems, including how regulation (and liability) can be used to support an approach based on market forces.(I will send you the document for this question soon)Question #5 (25 points)Taking into account the considerations discussed by Percival at pages 138-44 (and especially the factors developed by Steven Shavell) discuss (i) The Oil Pollution Act’s mix of liability and regulation; and (ii) whether, and why, you consider it an appropriate mix to prevent oil spills and ensure prompt remediation when they occur.(you can find the answer to this in the reading OPA excerpt, Shavell article and percival pages 138-44, but the 138-44 one will come soon)