Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Recent Law Review Articles -- December 2011

Aslanian, Len.  Student comment.  A rook or a pawn:  the White House science advisor in an age of climate confusion.  28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 473-495 (2010).

Cooper, Aaron R.  Note.  Sidestepping Chevron:  reframing agency deference for an era of private governance.  99 Geo. L.J. 1431-1468 (2011).

Pollack, Michael C.  Note.  Chevron’s regrets:  the persistent vitality of the nondelegation doctrine.  86 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 316-350 (2011).

Blauser, Mary Beth.  Note.  The 2008 Farm Bill:  friend or foe to conservationists and what improvements are needed?  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 547-569 (2011).

Cronauer, C. Nicholas.  Note.  Flushing out the Illinois Livestock Management Facilities Act.  45 Val. U. L. Rev. 637-688 (2011).

Guercio, Lara D.  The struggle between man and nature—agriculture, nonpoint source pollution, and clean water:  how to implement the State of Vermont’s phosphorous TMDL within the Lake Champlain Basin.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 455-545 (2011).

Newbold, Elizabeth.  Note.  Concentrated animal feeding operations and manure runoff:  supplementing current regulation with community based initiatives.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 571-590 (2011).

Paulsen, Aurora.  Comment.  Welfare improvements for organic animals:  closing loopholes in the regulation of organic animal husbandry.  17 Animal L. 337-367 (2011).

Small, Slow, and Local:  Essays on Building a More Sustainable and Local Food System.  Essays by Mary Jane Angelo, Amelia Timbers, Matthew J. Walker, Joshua B. Donabedian, Devon Van Noble, Erik Phillips-Nania, Emily Parish and Jennifer L. Perez.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 353-425 (2011).

Wender, Melanie J.  Comment.  Goodbye family farms and hello agribusiness:  the story of how agricultural policy is destroying the family farm and the environment.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 141-167 (2011).

2010 Legislative Review.  Jennifer O’Brien, editor; Jenny Keatinge and Richard Myers, authors.  17 Animal L. 415-444 (2011).

Balzer, Kirsten S.  Casenote.  Bats and breezes take on federal policy:  the windy effects of ... (Animal Welfare Institute v. Beech Ridge Energy LLC, 675 F. Supp. 2d 540, 2009.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 225-257 (2011).

Lifshitz-Goldberg, Yael.  Student comment.  Gone with the wind?  The potential tragedy of the common wind.  28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 435-471 (2010).

McElfish, James M., Jr. and Sara Gersen.  Local standards for wind power siting:  a look at model ordinances.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10825-10839 (2011).

Endres, Jody M.  Agriculture at a crossroads:  energy biomass standards and a new sustainability paradigm?  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 503-547.

Khanna, Madhu, Xiaoguang Chen, Haixiao Huang and Hayri Önal.  Land use and greenhouse gas mitigation effects of biofuel policies.  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 549-588.

Zilberman, David, Gal Hochman and Deepak Rajagopal.  On the inclusion of indirect land use in biofuel regulations.  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 413-433.

Barghusen, Steve.  Noneconomic damage awards in veterinary malpractice:  using the human medical experience as a model to predict the effect of noneconomic damage awards on the practice of companion animal veterinary medicine.  17 Animal L. 13-57 (2010).

Eisen, Jessica.  Liberating animal law:  breaking free from human-use typologies.  17 Animal L. 59-76 (2010).

Gay, Sebastien.  Companion animal capital.  17 Animal L. 77-95 (2010).

Hutchison, Katherine.  Comment.  Should they go the way of the horse and buggy?  How the New York City horse-drawn carriage industry has survived thirty years of opposition.  17 Animal L. 171-196 (2010).

Lanza, Noreen.  Keeping the “live” in live animal air cargo transport.  76 J. Air L. & Com. 229-249 (2011).

Nowicki, Stacy A.  Comment.  On the lamb:  toward a national animal abuser registry.  17 Animal L. 197-242 (2010).

Sykes, Katie.  Human drama, animal trials:  what the medieval animal trials can teach us about justice for animals.  17 Animal L. 273-311 (2011).

Vesilind, Pamela A.  Continental drift:  agricultural trade and the widening gap between European Union and United States animal welfare laws.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 223-254 (2011).

Wise, Steven M.  Legal personhood and the Nonhuman Rights Project.  17 Animal L. 1-11 (2010).

Brewster, Constance J.  Comment.  It’s not easy being green, a green building, that is:  how to avoid disputes and allocate risks in the modern green building movement.  30 Miss. C.L. Rev. 65-86 (2011).

Carlane, Cinnamon P.  Arctic dreams and geoengineering wishes:  the collateral damage of climate change.  49 Colum. J. Transnat’l L. 602-669 (2011).

Seligman, Jake.  Comment.  Electric vehicles and time-of-use rates:  the impending role of the New York State Public Service Commission in regulating our transportation future.  28 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 568-590 (2011).

Nelson, Sharon L.  The connection between animal abuse and family violence:  a selected annotated bibliography.  17 Animal L. 369-414 (2011).

Murray, Lauren B.  Casenote.  For the birds:  judicial expansion of executive power in ...  (Fund for Animals v. Kempthorne, 538 F.3d 124, 2008.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 31-55 (2011).

Marks, Joel.  Live free or die:  On Their Own Terms:  Bringing Animal-Rights Philosophy Down to Earth by Lee Hall.  17 Animal L. 243-250 (2010).

Otts, Stephanie Showalter.  A review of Who Owns the Arctic?  (Reviewing Michael Byers, Who Owns the Arctic?)  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 239-244 (2010).

Maro, Alexander.  Note.  Outsourcing the filth:  privatizing brownfield remediation in New Jersey.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 159-191 (2011).

Warren, Charles S. and Toni L. Finger.  Courts shed light on the application of CERCLA’s bona fide prospective purchaser defense.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10790-10792 (2011).

McKinstry, Robert B., Jr.  The Clean Air Act:  a suitable tool for addressing the challenges of climate change.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10301-10311 (2011).

Assessing Jurisdiction Under the New Clean Water Act Guidance.  Bruce Myers, moderator; Donna Downing, Jan Goldman-Carter, Lawrence R. “Larry” Liebesman and David B. Olson, panelists.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10773-10789 (2011).

Connor, Hannah.  Comprehensive regulatory review:  concentrated animal feeding operations under the Clean Water Act from 1972 to the present.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 275-326 (2011).

Frost, Carol D. and Jason M. Mailloux.  Establishing appropriate water quality numeric standards under the Clean Water Act:  lessons from a case study of coalbed methane produced water discharge to the Powder River, Wyoming and Montana.  11 Wyoming L. Rev. 1-23 (2011).

Henry, P. Ryan.  Casenote.  Muddying the waters:  United States v. Cundiff adds confusion and complexity to the ongoing debate over the scope of federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act.  (United States v. Cundiff, 555 F.3d 200, 2009.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 285-319 (2011).

Watson, Kory R.  Comment.  Fill material pollution under the Clean Water Act:  a need for legislative change.  35 S. Ill. U. L.J. 335-356. (2011).

Burleson, Elizabeth.  Energy revolution and disaster response in the face of climate change.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 169-188 (2011).

Bronen, Robin.  Climate-induced community relocations:  creating an adaptive governance framework based in human rights doctrine.  35 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 357-407 (2011).

Chepaitis, Daniel J. and Andrea K. Panagakis.  Individualism submerged:  climate change and the perils of an engineered environment.  28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 291-342 (2010).

Hamilton, Neil D.  Farming an uncertain climate future:  what COP 15 means for agriculture.  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 341-359.

Karassin, Orr.  Mind the gap:  knowledge and need in regulating adaption to climate change.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 383-437 (2010).

Lawson, Samantha.  Note.  The conundrum of climate change causation:  using market share liability to satisfy the identification requirement in ... (Native Village of Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Co., 663 F. Supp. 2d 863, 2009.)  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 433-492 (2011).

Learner, Howard A.  The Supreme Court’s AEP decision:  snatching climate change solutions victory from the jaws of defeat.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10793-10795 (2011).

Peloso, Chris.  Crafting an international climate change protocol:  applying the lessons learned from the success of the Montreal Protocol and the ozone depletion problem.  25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 305-329 (2010).

Schiraldi, Michael.  Casenote.  Rising temperatures, political questions, and public nuisances:  the Second Circuit weighs in on the climate change debate in ... (Connecticut v. American Electric Power Co., 582 F.3d 309, 2009.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 321-356 (2011).

Delogu, Orlando E.  Friend of the court:  an array of arguments to urge reconsideration of the Moody Beach cases and expand public use rights in Maine’s intertidal zone.  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 47-113 (2010).

Kibel, Paul Stanton.  The public trust navigates California’s Bay Delta.  51 Nat. Resources J. 35-93 (2011).

Islam, Aamina.  The Pakistan Supreme Court’s use of suo motu actions in environmental cases.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10326-10333 (2011).

Al Moumin, Mishkat.  Transition to peace:  examining divergent approaches to enacting post-conflict  environmental laws in Afghanistan and El Salvador.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 755-790 (2010).

Rosencranz, Armi,. Dilpreet Singh and Jahnavi G. Pai.  Climate change adaptation, policies and measures in India.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 575-590 (2010).

Olmsted, James L.  The butterfly effect:  conservation easements, climate change, and invasive species.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 41-76 (2011).

Owley, Jessica.  Changing property in a changing world:  a call for the end of perpetual conservation easements.  30 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 121-173 (2011).

Bowen, Rachel.  Note.  Walking the talk:  the effectiveness of environmental commitments made by multilateral development banks.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 731-753 (2010).

Taylor, Porcher L., III and Harris L. Kay.  A green board as a climate-change imperative:  appointing a climate-change expert to the audit committee.  18 U. Balt. J. Envtl. L. 215-261 (2011).

Muller-Harris, Debra L.  Comment.  Animal violence court:  a therapeutic jurisprudence-based problem-solving court for the adjudication of animal cruelty cases involving juvenile offenders and animal hoarders.  17 Animal L. 313-336 (2011).

Milne, Janet E.  Earmarking for environmental damage:  from oil spills to climate change.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10334-10347 (2011).

Stokes, Michael L.  Moving the lines:  the common law of utility relocation.  45 Val. U. L. Rev. 457-504 (2011).

Boyd, William and James Salzman.  The curious case of greening in carbon markets.  41 Envtl. L. 73-94 (2011).

Bork, Karrigan.  Note.  Listed species reintroductions on private land:  limiting landowner liability.  30 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 177-239 (2011).

Fitzgerald, Edward A.  Delisting wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains:  Congress cries wolf.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10840-10851 (2011).

Groban, Matthew.  Casenote.  Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association v. Salazar:  does the Endangered Species Act really give a hoot about the public interest it “claims” to protect?  (Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association v. Salazar, 606 F.3d 1160, 2010.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 259-283 (2011).

Kimbrell, Tristan.  Note.  Moving species and non-moving reserves:  conservation banking and the impact of global climate change.  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 119-157 (2010).

Newcomer, Ed, Marie Palladini and Leah Jones.  The Endangered Species Act v. The United States Department of Justice:  how the Department of Justice derailed criminal prosecutions under the Endangered Species Act.  17 Animal L. 251-271 (2011).

Totoiu, Jason.  Quantifying, monitoring, and tracking “take” under the Endangered Species Act:  the promise of a more informed approach to consultation.  41 Envtl. L. 165-200 (2011).

Salzman, James.  The Eleventh Annual Gilbert and Sara Kerlin Lecture.  What is the emperor wearing?  The secret lives of ecosystem services.  28 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 591-613 (2011).

Werntz, Heidi.  Let’s make a deal:  negotiated rates for merchant transmission.  28 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 421-479 (2011).

2011 Energy Symposium.  Articles by Jeffrey C. King, Andrew D. Sims, J. Zach Burt, John P. Baker, Rob Davis, Douglas R. Hafer, Daniel B. Mathis, Lilly Tade Van Maele, Rebecca Seidl and Kelly Shapiro; comment by Brian J. Smith.  18 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 1-147 (2011).

Symposium:  The Renewable Energy Legislation Puzzle:  Putting the Pieces Together.  Introduction by Jay P. Kesan, articles by Neil D. Hamilton, Jim Rossi, Daniel A. Farber, David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, Jay P. Kesan, Atsushi Ohyama, James M. Van Nostrand, Anne Marie Hirschberger, Jody M. Endres, Madhu Khanna, Xiaoguang Chen, Haixiao Huang, Hayri Önal, Kristina K. Anderson-Teixeira, Peter K. Snyder, Evan H. DeLucia, A. Bryan Endres, Elizabeth Burelson and Winslow Burleson.  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 333-694.

Czarnezki, Jason J.  Everyday environmentalism:  concerning consumption.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10374-10379 (2011).

Pawa, Matthew F.  The very definition of folly:  saving the earth from environmentalists.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 77-93 (2011).

Centner, Terence J.  Challenging NPDES permits granted without public participation.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 1-40 (2011).

Carter, Majora, et al.  Whose survival?  Environmental justice as a civil rights issue.  13 N.Y. City L. Rev. 257-290 (2010).

Aagaard, Todd S.  Environmental harms, use conflicts, and neutral baselines in environmental law.  60 Duke L.J. 1505-1564 (2011).

Marsden, Simon.  Invoking direct application and effect of international treaties by the European Court of Justice:  implications for international environmental law in the European Union.  60 Int’l & Comp. L.Q. 737-757 (2011).

McMahon, Joe A and Stephanie Switzer.  EU biofuels policy—raising the question of WTO compatibility.  60 Int’l & Comp. L.Q. 713-736 (2011).

van Zeben, Josephine A.W.  The untapped potential of horizontal private enforcement within European environmental law.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 241-269 (2010).

Babich, Adam.  Can preemption protect public participation?  61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1109-1152 (2011).

Kutil, Sarah M.  Comment.  Scientific certainty thresholds in fisheries management:  a response to a changing climate.  41 Envtl. L. 233-275 (2011).

Merrill, James William.  Comment.  Trawling for meaning:  a new standard for “best scientific information available” in the Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation Act.  60 Cath. U. L. Rev. 475-503 (2011).

Rieser, Alison.  Saving Salmo:  federalism and the conservation of Maine’s Atlantic salmon.  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 135-179 (2010).

Kammer, Sean M.  The railroads must have ties:  a legal history of forest conservation and the Oregon and California Railroad land grant, 1887-1916.  [Includes photographs.]  23 W. Legal Hist. 1-20 (2010).

DeBona, Michael.  Comment.  Letting a hundred transgenic flowers blossom:  the future of genetically modified agriculture in the People’s Republic of China.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 89-115 (2011).

Grainey, Michael W.  Global warming and its impact on water supply.  The energy implications of climate change and the effects of our energy choices.  47 Willamette L. Rev. 593-626 (2011).

Johnson-Karp, Gabe.  Comment.  That the waters shall be forever free:  navigating Wisconsin’s obligations under the public trust doctrine and the Great Lakes Compact.  94 Marq. L. Rev. 415-449 (2010).

Baker-Branstetter, Shannon.  Distributed renewable generation:  the trifecta of energy solutions to curb carbon emissions, reduce pollutants, and empower ratepayers.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 1-29 (2011).

Braun, Kirsten.  Note.  Carbon storage:  discerning resource biases that influence treaty negotiations.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 649-706 (2010).

Brubaker, Morgan.  Comment.  Dream of Californication:  constitutional questions put the breaks on the nation’s first low carbon fuel standard.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 57-88 (2011).

Cooley, David M. and Jonas J. Monast.  Carbon offsets and environmental impacts:  NEPA, the Endangered Species Act, and federal climate policy.  28 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 377-420 (2011).

Endres, A. Bryan.  Geologic carbon sequestration:  balancing efficiency concerns and public interest in property rights allocations.  2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 623-650.

Prum, Darren A. and Sarah L. Catz.  Greenhouse gas emission targets and mass transit:  can the government successfully accomplish both without a conflict?  51 Santa Clara L. Rev. 935-987 (2011).

Reitze, Arnold W., Jr.  Federal control of carbon capture and storage.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10796-10824 (2011).

Segal, Scott H.  New source performance standards for global greenhouse gas emissions from the power and refining sectors:  wrong mechanism at the wrong time.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10312-10315 (2011).

Takacs, David.  Forest carbon offsets and international law:  a deep equity legal analysis.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 521-574 (2010).

Verheul, John.  Student article.  Methane as a greenhouse gas:  why the EPA should regulate emissions from animal feeding operations and concentrated animal feeding operations under the Clean Air Act.  51 Nat. Resources J. 163-187 (2011).

Miller, Steven R.  Historic signs, commercial speech, and the limits of preservation.  25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 227-263 (2010).

Neil, Jeremy.  Comment.  Shifting through the wreckage:  an analysis and proposed resolution concerning the disposition of historic shipwrecks located in international waters.  55 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 895-921 (2010/11).

DeWitte, Claire.  Comment.  At the water’s edge:  legal protections and funding for a new generation of climate change refugees.  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 211-238 (2010).

Doran, Amanda A.  Comment.  Where should the Haitians go?  Why “environmental refugees”  are up the creek without a paddle.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 117-140 (2011).

Davis, Wesley.  Comment.  Lessons learned from the flood insurance re-mapping controversy in Portland, Maine.  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 181-209 (2010).

Long, Andrew.  Global climate governance to enhance biodiversity and well-being:  integrating non-state networks and public international law in tropical forests.  41 Envtl. L. 95-164 (2011).

Ferrey, Steven.  Cubing the Kyoto Protocol:  post-Copenhagen regulatory reforms to reset the global thermostat.  28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 343-386 (2010).

Czarnezki, Jason J.  The future of food eco-labeling:  organic, carbon footprint, and environmental life-cycle analysis.  30 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 3-49 (2011).

Ditta, Frank David.  Note.  Leading the way in unconstitutional delegations of legislative power:  statutory incorporation of the LEED rating system.  39 Hofstra L. Rev. 369-404 (2010).

Liu, Chenglin.  Is “USDA ORGANIC” a seal of deceit?:  the pitfalls of USDA certified organics produced in the United States, China, and beyond.  47 Stan. J. Int’l L. 333-378 (2011).

Daloz, Todd W.  Farm preservation:  a Vermont land-use perspective.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 427-453 (2011).

Rog, Morgan E.  Note.  Highway to the danger zone:  urban sprawl, land use, and the environment.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 707-729 (2010).

Rumley, Rusty.  A comparison of the general provisions found in right-to-farm statutes.  12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 327-351 (2011).

Stahl, Kenneth A.  The artifice of local growth politics:  at-large elections, ballot-box zoning, and judicial review.  94 Marq. L. Rev. 1-75 (2010).

Larkin, John E.D.  UNCLOS and the balance of environmental and economic resources in the Arctic.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 307-336 (2010).

Pavliha, Marko and Norman A. Martínez Gutiérrez.  Marine scientific research and the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.  16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 115-133 (2010).

Baker, John P.  Procedural issues in eminent domain.  18 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 29-38 (2011).

Guarino, Katherine A.  Note.  The power of one:  citizen suits in the fight against global warming.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 125-158 (2011).

Steiner, Julie E.  Should “substitute” private attorneys general enforce public environmental actions?  Balancing the costs and benefits of the contingency fee environmental special counsel arrangement.  51 Santa Clara L. Rev. 853-883 (2011).

Lamirande, Heidi R.  Note.  From sea to carbon cesspool:  preventing the world’s marine ecosystems from falling victim to ocean acidification.  34 Suffolk Transnat’l L. Rev. 183-217 (2011).

Walker, Paula.  Oceans in the balance:  as the sharks go, so go we.  17 Animal L. 97-170 (2010).

Weber, Katherine.  Can you eat your fish & save it too?  Improving the protection of pirated marine species through international trade measures.  25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 265-304 (2010).

Karim, Md. Saiful.  Environmental pollution from the shipbreaking industry:  international law and national legal response.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 185-240 (2010).

Gallagher, William.  EHB review.  Emerald Coal Resources, L.P. v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Protection:  letter of law trumps miner safety.  (Emerald Coal Resources, L.P. v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Protection, No. 2009-023-L, 2010 WL 944146, 2010.)  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 357-379 (2011).

Dreveskracht, Ryan David.  Native Nation economic development via the implementation of solar projects:  how to make it work.  68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 27-112 (2011).

Prieksat, Matthew J.  Note.  Preventing a pipeline to nowhere:  the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act as a model for resolving the unsettled land claims of the First Nations of Canada.  19 Transnat’l L. & Contemp. Probs. 977-1007 (2011).

Kennedy, Michelle L.  The exercise of local control over gas extraction.  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 375-392 (2011).

‘Shale’ We Drill?  The Legal and Environmental Impacts of Extracting Natural Gas from Marcellus Shale:  Villanova Environmental Law Journal Symposium.  Todd Aagaard, emcee; Andrew C. Mergen, moderator; John Baillie, Phillip Bender, Thomas W. Beauduy, Terry Engelder, Scott Perry, John W. Ubinger, Jr. and Hannah Wiseman, participants.  22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 189-224 (2011).

Smith Brian J.  Comment.  Fracing the environment?:  an examination of the effects and regulation of hydraulic fracturing.  18 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 129-147 (2011).

Schramm, Daniel and Akiva Fishman.  Legal frameworks for adaptive natural resource management in a changing climate.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 491-520 (2010).

Langridge, Ruth.  When do challengers succeed?  Nongovernmental actors, administrative agencies, and legal change:  shifting rules for Oregon’s private forests.  36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 662-693 (2011).

Dreveskracht, Ryan David.  Native Nation economic development via the implementation of solar projects:  how to make it work.  68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 27-112 (2011).

Kenny, Tom.  Note.  Where to put it all?  Opening the judicial road for a long-term solution to the nation’s nuclear waste problem.  86 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1319-1348 (2011).

Wood, John.  Comment.  Easier said than done:  displacing public nuisance when states sue for climate change damages.  41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10316-10325 (2011).

Richardson, Jennifer A.C.  Note.  Protecting surface land by internalizing the cost of oil and gas development:  Wyoming’s Surface Owner Association Act strikes a more sustainable balance.  38 Hastings Const. L.Q. 697-719 (2011).

Osofsky, Hari M.  Multidimensional governance and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  63 Fla. L. Rev. 1077-1137 (2011).

Fitzsimmons, Shauna.  Comment.  A life beyond the lease:  the pooling power survives the termination of the oil and gas lease in Texas.  (Wagner & Brown v. Sheppard, 282 S.W.3d 419, 2008.)  43 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 719-754 (2011).

Aarons, Kyle J.  Note.  The real world roadless rules challenges.  109 Mich. L. Rev. 1293-1325 (2011).

Wrabley, Raymond B., Jr.  Showdown at Catron:  cows, wolves, and the ecology of public lands policies.  51 Nat. Resources J. 119-161 (2011).

Somers, Michael.  Note.  RCRA’s new causation question:  linking ubiquitous wastes to specific defendants.  38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 193-217 (2011).

Stedeford, Todd and Marek Banasik.  International chemical control laws and the future of regulatory testing for risk assessment.  22 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 619-647 (2010).

Annand, John R.  Note.  A coordinated approach to growth control in Northern Virginia.  52 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1679-1716 (2011).

Toma, Byron K.  The error of streamlining CEQA for transit priority projects:  why California transit agencies may share the same future as polar bears.  18 U. Balt. J. Envtl. L. 171-213 (2011).

Bernier, Michael V.  Note.  When the legislature robs Peter to pay Paul:  pretextual takings and ...  (Goldstein v. Pataki, 516 F.3d 50, 2008.)  30 Miss. C.L. Rev. 87-120 (2011).

Eminent Domain in the United States:  Public Use, Just Compensation, & “The Social Compact.”  Foreword by Robert S. Barrows; introduction by Ilya Somin; articles by Gideon Kanner, Norman Siegel, Steven Hyman, Philip van Buren, Steven J. Eagle, Michael Rikon, David Schultz, Amy Lavine, Christopher Dunn, Robert McNamara and M. Robert Goldstein.  4 Alb. Gov’t L. Rev. 1-324 (2011).

Gieseler, Nicholas M. and Steven Geoffrey Gieseler.  Strict scrutiny and eminent domain after Kelo.  25 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 191-226 (2010).

Nelson, Ricky J.  Comment.  Inverse condemnation actions present unique problems when determining “just compensation.”  2010 BYU L. Rev. 2315-2344.

Richardson, Sally Brown.  Nonuse and easements:  creating a pliability regime of private eminent domain.  78 Tenn. L. Rev. 1-45 (2010).

Peloso, Margaret E. and Margaret R. Caldwell.  Dynamic property rights:  the public trust doctrine and takings in a changing climate.  30 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 51-120 (2011).

Kysar, Douglas A.  What climate change can do about tort law.  41 Envtl. L. 1-71 (2011).

Kvinge, John.  Note.  Morally hazardous chemical regulations:  why effective reform of the TSCA requires reduction of the toxic data gap.  12 Minn. J. L. Sci. & Tech. 313-334 (2011).

Morgan, Toby K.L.  Note.  Down the drain:  pharmaceutical waste disposal in the United States.  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 393-431 (2011).

Dornbos, Jeffrey S.  All (water) politics is local:  a proposal for resolving transboundary water disputes.  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 1-41 (2010).

Lewyn, Michael.  What would Coase do?  (About parking regulation).  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 89-118 (2010).

Irland, Lloyd C.  “The big trees were kings”:  challenges for global response to climate change and tropical forest loss.  28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 387-434 (2010).

Harris, Douglas C.  Condominium and the city:  the rise of property in Vancouver.  36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 694-726 (2011).

Seher, Ryan.  Comment.  I want to ride my bicycle:  why and how cities plan for bicycle infrastructure.  59 Buff. L. Rev. 585-619 (2011).

Beagles, Mallory A.  Comment.  Hydrating the Lone Star State for years to come:  a call to implement instream flow protections.  43 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 687-717 (2011).

Behnampour, Leila C.  Comment.  Reforming a western institution:  how expanding the productivity of water rights could lesson our woes.  41 Envtl. L. 201-231 (2011).

Bretsen, Stephen N.  Rainwater harvesting under Colorado’s prior appropriation doctrine:  property rights and takings.  22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 159-230 (2011).

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