Monday, November 15, 2010

Recent Law Review Articles -- November 2010

Cannon, Jonathan. The sounds of silence: cost-benefit cannons in Entergy Corp. v. Riverkeeper, Inc. 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 425-460 (2010).

Ekstrom, Julia A., et al. Gauging agency involvement in environmental management using text analysis of laws and regulations. 6 I/S 189-219 (2010).

Mashaw, Jerry L. The American model of federal administrative law: remembering the first one hundred years. 78 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 975-992 (2010).

Jordan, Jason. Comment. A pig in the parlor or food on the table: is Texas’s Right to Farm Act an unconstitutional mechanism to perpetuate nuisances or sound public policy ensuring sustainable growth? 42 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 943-985 (2010).

LaCroix, Catherine J. Urban agriculture and other green uses: remaking the shrinking city. 42 Urb. Law. 225-285 (2010).

Peters, Kathryn A. Note. Creating a sustainable urban agriculture revolution. 25 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 203-247 (2010).

Eisen, Joel B. Can urban solar become a “disruptive” technology?: the case for solar utilities. 24 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 53-98 (2010).

Gregory, John DeWitt. Pet custody: distorting language and the law. 44 Fam. L.Q. 35-64 (2010).

Karp, Adam P. and Julie I. Fershtman. Recent developments in animal tort and insurance law. 45 Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. L.J. 149-177 (2010).

Renwick, Megan L. Note. Animal hoarding: a legislative solution. 47 U. Louisville L. Rev. 585-606 (2009).

Seps, Christopher D. Note. Animal law evolution: treating pets as persons in tort and custody disputes. 2010 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1339-1373.

Casper, Kristin Noelle. Student article. Oil and gas development in the Arctic: softening of ice demands hardening of international law. 49 Nat. Resources J. 825-881 (2009).

Garnett, Nicole Stelle, Unbundling of homeownership: regional reforms from the inside out. (Reviewing Lee Anne Fennell, The Unbounded Home: Property Values Beyond Property Lines.) 119 Yale L.J. 1904-1946 (2010).

Kass, Stephen L. A review of Climate Change Law: Mitigation and Adaptation by Richard G. Hildreth, et al. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 619-622 (2010).

Lockhart, Irit and Gabriella K.F. Stockmayer. Book note. (Reviewing Nicholas A. Ashford and Charles C. Caldart, Environmental Law, Policy, and Economics: Reclaiming the Environmental Agenda.) 21 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 515-519 (2010).

Heffernan, Lea J. Application of the remedial purpose canon to CERCLA successor liability issues after United States v. Bestfoods: why state corporate law should be applied in circuits encompassing substantial continuity exception states. 30 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 387-428 (2010).

Howard, Robert M., Patricia Guerrero and Jason M. Ohta. Test methods matter: representative sampling and Clean Air Act test methods can survive EPA’s credible evidence rule. 25 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 37-84 (2010).

Adler, Robert W. Resilience, restoration, and sustainability: revisiting the fundamental principles of the Clean Water Act. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 139-173 (2010).

Shanor, Marianne Kunz. Case note. Administrative law—the Supreme Court’s impingement of Chevron’s two-step. (Entergy Corp. v. Riverkeeper, Inc., 129 S. Ct. 1498, 2009.) 10 Wyoming L. Rev. 537-556 (2010).

Brunnée, Jutta. From Bali to Copenhagen: towards a shared vision for a post-2012 climate regime? 25 Md. J. Int’l L. 86-108 (2010).

International Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption Post-Copenhagen. Introduction by Richard L. Ottinger; articles by Michael I. Jeffrey, Paul Stanton Kibel, Lise Johnson, Randall S. Abate, Andrew B. Greenlee and Nicholas A. Robinson; book review by Stephen L. Kass; panel discussion with James Van Nostrand, moderator and Nicholas A. Robinson, Richard L. Ottinger, Andrew C. Revkin, Caleb Christopher, Shakeel Kazmi, Saleem Ali and student Joanne Kalas, panelists. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 441-647 (2010).

Jeffery, Michael I. Carbon capture and storage: wishful thinking or a meaningful part of the climate change solution. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 421-472 (2010).

Johnson, Lise. Advocacy strategies for promoting greater consideration of climate change and human rights in development activities: the case of the West Seti Hydroelectric Project in Nepal. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 511-553 (2010).

Kibel, Paul Stanton. Climate adaption policy at the continental level: natural resources in North America and Europe. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 473-509 (2010).

Long, Jerrold A. From warranted to valuable belief: local government, climate change, and giving up the pickup to save Bangladesh. 49 Nat. Resources J. 743-800 (2009).

Tsosie, Rebecca. Keynote address: indigenous peoples and global climate change: intercultural models of climate equity. 25 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 7-17 (2010).

Christie, Donna R. Of beaches, boundaries and SOBs. 25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 19-75 (2009).

Haderlie, Nicholas T. Case note. Energy law—finding the appropriate authority for federal coal mine methane leasing. (Vessels Coal Gas, Inc., 175 I.B.L.A. 8, 2008.) 10 Wyoming L. Rev. 515-536 (2010).

Bauer, Carl J. Dams and markets: rivers and electric power in Chile. 49 Nat. Resources J. 583-651 (2009).

Brietzke, Paul H. and Carl Adrianopoli. Climate change in cities of the developing world. 25 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 85-121 (2010).

Dellapenna, Joseph W. Behind the Red Curtain: environmental concerns and the end of communism. 2 J.E.L. 1-35 (2009).

Gatmaytan-Magno, Dante. Judicial restraint and enforcement of environmental rights in the Philippines. 12 Or. Rev. Int’l L. 1-30 (2010).

Colburn, Jamison E. Qualitative, quantitative, and integrative conservation. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 237-292 (2010).

Morris, Amy Wilson and Adena R. Rissman. Public access to information on private land conservation: tracking conservation easements. 2009 Wis. L. Rev. 1237-1282.

Copenhagen (COP-15) Roundtable. James Van Nostrand, moderator; Nicholas A. Robinson, Richard L. Ottinger, Andrew C. Revkin, Caleb Christopher, Shakeel Kazmi, Saleem Ali and student Joanne Kalas, panelists. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 623-647 (2010).

Ottinger, Richard L. Introduction: Copenhagen Climate Conference—success or failure? 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 411-419 (2010).

Robinson, Nicholas A. The sands of time: reflections on the Copenhagen climate negotiations. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 599-617 (2010).

Twaite, Kari. Note. Monopoly money: reaping the economic and environmental benefits of microgrids in exclusive utility service territories. 34 Vt. L. Rev. 975-998 (2010).

Smith, Bryant Walker. Stakeholder reaction to emissions trading in the United States, the European Union, and the Netherlands. 25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 137-156 (2009).

Doremus, Holly. The Endangered Species Act: static law meets dynamic world. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 175-235 (2010).

Duane, Timothy P. Greening the grid: implementing climate change policy through energy efficiency, renewable portfolio standards, and strategic transmission system investments. 34 Vt. L. Rev. 711-780 (2010).

Dorsi, Michael S. Case comment. (Piedmont Environmental Council v. FERC, 558 F.3d 304, 2009, cert. denied, 130 S. Ct. 1138, 2010.) 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 593-603 (2010).

Dorris, Beth S. It’s not easy being green: evolving legal frameworks to address the unanticipated consequences of new environmental programs. 3 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L. 237-253 (2010).

Leitman, Melanie. Recent developments. 25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 157-190 (2009).

New Directions in Environmental Law. Articles by A. Dan Tarlock, William W. Buzbee, Hari M. Osofsky, Robert L. Glicksman, Matthew R. Batzel, Robert W. Adler, Holly Doremus, Jamison E. Colburn, Daniel R. Mandelker, Ted Boling, David Markell and David E. Adelman. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 1-442 (2010).

Willms, David J. The mountain pine beetle: how forest mismanagement and a flawed regulatory structure contributed to an uncontrollable epidemic. 10 Wyoming L. Rev. 487-514 (2010).

Bussell, Charles J. Note. As Montville, Maine goes, so goes Wolcott, Vermont? A primer on the local regulation of genetically modified crops. 43 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 727-748 (2010).

Gore, Nikhil V. and Jennifer E. Tarr. Case comment. (Connecticut v. American Electric Power Co., 582 F.3d 309, 2009.) 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 577-591 (2010).

Rankin, Adam Gardner. Student article. Geologic sequestration of CO2: how EPA’s proposal fails short. 49 Nat. Resources J. 883-942 (2009).

Saltzman, Rachel Ward. Note. Distributing emissions rights in the global order: the case for equal per capita allocation. 13 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 281-306 (2010).

Phillips, Valerie J. Indigenous (ecological) economics remastered. 49 Washburn L.J. 781-804 (2010).

Parish, Matthew T. and Charles B. Rosenberg. An introduction to the Energy Charter Treaty. 20 Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 191-207 (2009).

Percival, Robert V. Liability for environmental harm and emerging global environmental law. 25 Md. J. Int’l L. 37-63 (2010).

Vendzules, Sarah Fick. The struggle for legitimacy in environmental standards systems: the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. 21 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 451-489 (2010).

Werksman, Jacob and Kirk Herbertson. The aftermath of Copenhagen: does international law have a role to play in a global response to climate change? 25 Md. J. Int’l L. 109-142 (2010).

Phillips, Georgette Chapman. An urban slice of apple pie: rethinking homeownership in U.S. cities. 24 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 187-217 (2010).

Brescia, Raymond H. On public plaintiffs and private harms: the standing of municipalities in climate change, firearms, and financial crisis litigation. 24 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 7-52 (2010).

Robbins, Ruth Anne. Conserving the canvas: reducing the environmental footprint of legal briefs by re-imagining court rules and document design strategies. 7 J. Ass’n Legal Writing Directors 193-202 (2010).

Daly, Michael J., et al. Recent developments in admiralty and maritime law. 45 Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. L.J. 119-147 (2010).

Bakken, Gordon Morris. Mining and pollution in the West: the limits of law protecting the environment. 21 W. Legal Hist. 209-236 (2008).

Evans, Sam. Voices from the desecrated places: a journey to end mountaintop removal mining. 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 521-576 (2010).

Kloeckner, Jane. Developing a sustainable hardrock mining and mineral processing industry: environmental and natural resource law for twenty-first century people, prosperity, and the planet. 25 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 123-188 (2010).

Mumme, Stephen P. and Oscar Ibáñez. U.S.-Mexico environmental treaty impediments to tactical security infrastructure along the international boundary. 49 Nat. Resources J. 801-824 (2009).

Blumm, Michael C. and Jane G. Steadman. Indian treaty fishing rights and habitat protection: the Martinez Decision supplies a resounding judicial reaffirmation. 49 Nat. Resources J. 653-706 (2009).

Unger, Kathleen R. Note. Change is in the wind: self-determination and wind power through tribal energy resource agreements. 43 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 329-371 (2009).

Boling, Ted. Making the connection: NEPA processes for national environmental policy. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 313-331 (2010).

Mandelker, Daniel R. The National Environmental Policy Act: a review of its experience and problems. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 293-312 (2010).

Villmer, Matthew M. Procedural squabbling ahead of global annihilation: strengthening the National Environmental Policy Act in a new technological era. 11 Fla. Coastal L.J. 321-340 (2010).

Lavine, Amy and Norman Oder. Urban redevelopment policy, judicial deference to unaccountable agencies, and reality in Brooklyn’s Atlantic Yards project. 42 Urb. Law. 287-373 (2010).

de Saillan, Charles. Disposal of spent nuclear fuel in the United States and Europe: a persistent environmental problem. 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 461-519 (2010).

Abate, Randall S. and Andrew B. Greenlee. Sowing seeds uncertain: ocean iron fertilization, climate change, and the international environmental law framework. 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 555-598 (2010).

White, Jonathan P. Note. Drilling in ecologically and environmentally troubled waters: law and policy concerns surrounding development of oil resources in the Florida Straits. 21 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 557-595 (2010).

Tennen, Leslie I. Towards a new regime for exploitation of outer space mineral resources. 88 Neb. L. Rev. 794-831 (2010).

Conti-Brown, Peter. Student article. Increasing the capacity for corruption?: law and development in the burgeoning petro-state of São Tomé e Principe. 12 Berkeley J. Afr.-Am. L. & Pol’y 33-65 (2010).

Connolly, Kim Diana. Navigating tricky ethical shoals in environmental law: parameters of counseling and managing clients. 10 Wyoming L. Rev. 443-460 (2010).

Houseal, Lindsay. Comment. Wilderness Society v. Kane County, Utah: a welcome change for the Tenth Circuit and environmental groups. (Wilderness Soc’y v. Kane County, Utah, 581 F.3d 1198, 2009.) 87 Denv. U. L. Rev. 725-745 (2010).

Craig, Robin Kundis. Adapting to climate change: the potential role of state common-law public trust doctrines. 34 Vt. L. Rev. 781-853 (2010).

Klass, Alexandra B. State standards for nationwide products revisited: federalism, green building codes, and appliance efficiency standards. 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 335-368 (2010).

Lieberman, Michele L. Save the Homosassa River Alliance v. Citrus County: an expansion of standing under Florida Statute 163.3215. 39 Stetson L. Rev. 351-368 (2010).

Osofsky, Hari M. Multiscalar governance and climate change: reflections on the role of states and cities at Copenhagen. 25 Md. J. Int’l L. 64-85 (2010).

Romero, Alan. Local regulation of mineral development in Wyoming. 10 Wyoming L. Rev. 463-486 (2010).

Goodwin, John T. Note. Justice and the Just Compensation Clause: a new approach to economic development takings. (Kelo v. City of New London, 545 U.S. 469, 2005.) 24 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 219-253 (2010).

Gold, Steve C. The more we know, the less intelligent we are? —How genomic information should, and should not, change toxic tort causation doctrine. 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 369-423 (2010).

Markell, David. An overview of TSCA, its history and key underlying assumptions, and its place in environmental regulation. 32 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 333-375 (2010).

Lewyn, Michael. Why pedestrian-friendly street design is not negligent. 47 U. Louisville L. Rev. 339-371 (2008).

Lavine, Amy. Urban renewal and the story of Berman v. Parker. 42 Urb. Law. 423-475 (2010).

Symposium on Urban Development in the 21st Century. Foreword by Adolfo Carrión, Jr.; articles by Raymond H. Brescia, Joel B. Eisen, Richardson Dilworth, Nicole Stelle Garnett, John Mixon and Georgette Chapman Phillips; notes by John T. Goodwin and Amir Steinhart. 24 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 1-284 (2010).

Broadbent, Craig D., et al. Water leasing: evaluating temporary water rights transfers in New Mexico through experimental methods. 49 Nat. Resources J. 707-741 (2009).

Bilenky, William S. An alternative strategy for water supply and water resource development in Florida. 25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 77-107 (2009).

Joint McGill-Vermont Law School Workshop on Water. Introduction by L. Kinvin Wroth; articles by Madeleine Cantin Cumyn, Robert P. Godin, Janet E. Milne, Kim Brooks, Jane Matthews Glenn, Vrinda Narain, Jack R. Tuholske and Patrick Parenteau. 34 Vt. L. Rev. 855-973 (2010).

Kaufman, Bryce. Note. A delicate balance: Connecticut’s minimum water flow statute. 21 Stan. L. & Pol’y Rev. 179-189 (2010).

Martin, Chantz. Comment. The Clean Water Act suffers a crushing blow: the U.S. Supreme Court clears the way for the mining industry to pollute U.S. waters. (Coeur Alaska, Inc. v. Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, 129 S. Ct. 2458, 2009.) 49 Washburn L.J. 933-962 (2010).

O’Connell, Tyson Radley. Note. Stream access in Montana and the dispute over public recreation on the Mitchell Slough. 71 Mont. L. Rev. 433-447 (2010).

Williams, Sarah. Comment. Riparian landowners versus the public: the importance of roads and highways for public access to Wisconsin’s navigable waters. 2010 Wis. L. Rev. 185-225.

Wombacher, William. Note. There’s cologne in the water: the inadequacy of U.S. environmental statutes to address emerging environmental contaminants. 21 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 521-555 (2010).

Eaton, Jonathan R. Note. The sieve of groundwater pollution protection: a public health law analysis. 6 J. Health & Biomed. L. 109-146 (2010).

Simms, Virginia. Comment. Making the rain: cloud seeding, the imminent freshwater crisis, and international law. 44 Int’l Law. 915-937 (2010).

Tuholske, Jack R. Hot water, dry streams: a tale of two trout. 34 Vt. L. Rev. 927-956 (2010).

Lingle, R. Benjamin. Note. The constitutionality and economic impacts of federal jurisdiction of wetlands: the Clean Water Restoration Act of 2009. 62 Fla. L. Rev. 1091-1118 (2010).

Benson, Nicholas. Note. A tale of two cities: examining the success of inclusionary zoning ordinances in Montgomery County, Maryland and Boulder, Colorado. 13 J. Gender Race & Just. 753-777 (2010).

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