They are not prohibited
If the government pays just compensation, the taking is allowed. This is the government's power of eminent domain. The taking, though, must always be for a public purpose. Even if the government offers fair compensation for the property, unless it intends to put the property to public use - a road, a park, a military base, a school, etc. - the government loses its power to take the property. Whenever you see the term "fair market value," equate that with the highest value one can receive for real property, so it is therefore "just compensation."
Substantive common law causes of action in the environmental context serve several important functions.
First, environmental common law causes of action allow an injured party to proceed directly against a polluter without relying on 5th Amendment right of______owed an alleged polluter when subject to government enforcement of an environmental law against the polluter.
Second, an injured party may proceed without fear that a court may find the government exceeded its federal or state constitutional authority in regulating the particular act of the polluter, a legal principle known as_____, and thus strike down the statute.
Third, common law causes of action provide an injured party certain___not provided by pollution control statutes. These include_____damages as redress for the injury to the plaintiff, sometimes referred to as "making the plaintiff whole," as well as____damages - also known as exemplary damages - that serve as a disincentive to other would-be polluters who may cause injury. And like pollution control statutes, common law remedies provide_____relief, whereby a court can order a polluter to cease operations.
In all matters, a plaintiff must bring his action within the____or otherwise be forever barred from recovery for his injury.`