Craig, Robin Kundis. Agencies interpreting courts interpreting statutes: the deference conundrum of a divided Supreme Court. 61 Emory L.J. 1-68 (2011).
Johnson, Stephen M. Disclosing the President’s role in rulemaking: a critique of the reform proposals. 60 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1003-1044 (2011).
O’Connell, Anne Joseph. Agency rulemaking and political transitions. 105 Nw. U. L. Rev. 471-534 (2011).
AGRICULTURE.Gonzalez, Carmen G. Climate change, food security, and agrobiodiversity: toward a just, resilient, and sustainable food system. 22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 493-522 (2011).
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY.Kimmell, Kenneth and Dawn Stolfi Stalenhoef. The Cape Wind offshore wind energy project: a case study of the difficult transition to renewable energy. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 197-225 (2011).
ANIMAL LAW.Rodriguez, Sheila. The morally informed consumer: examining animal welfare claims on egg labels. 30 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 51-79 (2011).
Schrengohst, Karina L. Note. Animal law — cultivating compassionate law: unlocking the laboratory door and shining light on the inadequacies & contradictions of the Animal Welfare Act. 33 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 855-900 (2011).
CHINA.Moser, Adam and Tseming Yang. Environmental tort litigation in China. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10895-10901 (2011).
Zhang, Xuehua. China’s environmental administrative enforcement system. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10890-10894 (2011).
CLEAN AIR ACT.Stensvaag, John-Mark. Preventing significant deterioration under the Clean Air Act: the BACT requirement and the BACT definition. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10902-10920 (2011).
CLEAN WATER ACT.Dahab, Nadia H. Note. Muddying the waters of Clean Water Act permitting: NEDC reconsidered. 90 Or. L. Rev. 335-358 (2011).
CLIMATE CHANGE.Babie, Paul. Choices that matter: three propositions on the individual, private property, and anthropogenic climate change. 22 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 323-356 (2011).
COASTAL AREAS.Hellums, Sandy D. and Katharine D. David. Slip slidin’ away: easements, avulsion, access, and the ever changing law of beach front property. 43 Urb. Law. 813-822 (2011).
CONSERVATION EASEMENTS.Conservation Easements: New Perspectives in an Evolving World. Foreword by James L. Olmsted; articles by Jeff Pidot, Daniel Halperin, James L. Olmsted, Jesse J. Richardson, Jr., Amanda C. Bernard, Julie Ann Gustanski, John B. Wright, Adena R. Rissman, Laurie A. Wayburn, Jessica Owley, W. William Weeks, Richard Brewer and Nancy A. McLaughlin. 74 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1-295 (2011).
McLaughlin, Nancy A. Conservation easements and the doctrine of merger. 74 Law & Contemp. Probs. 279-295 (2011).
CORPORATIONS.Bodie, Matthew T. NASCAR green: the problem of sustainability in corporations and corporate law. 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 491-522 (2011).
Ferrey, Steven. The new climate metric: the sustainable corporation and energy. 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 383-427 (2011).
Wagner, Wendy E. Imagining corporate sustainability as a public good rather than a corporate bad. 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 561-589 (2011).
ENERGY POLICY.Offshore Energy Projects: New Priorities in the Wake of the BP Gulf Disaster. Introduction by Paul Stanton Kibel and student Angela Haren Kelley; articles by Rebecca M. Bratspies, Leila Monroe, Alfred R. Light, Rachael Salcido, Danielle Murray, Christopher Carr, Jennifer Jeffers, Alejandra Núñez-Luna, Kenneth Kimmell, Dawn Stolfi Stalenhoef and Linda Krop. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 1-251 (2011).
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE.Merjian, Armen H. Washington Park Lead Committee, Inc. v. United States Environmental Protection Agency: Helen Person and the landmark struggle against environmental injustice. 30 Chicana/o-Latina/o L. Rev. 65-95 (2011).
Roesler, Shannon M. Addressing environmental injustices: a capability approach to rulemaking. 114 W. Va. L. Rev. 49-107 (2011).
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW.Deatherage, Scott D. Environmental law. 64 SMU L. Rev. 239-252 (2011).
Recent developments. In the Congress. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10957-10958 (2011).
Recent developments. In the courts. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10958-10960 (2011).
Recent developments. In the federal agencies. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10960-10965 (2011).
Recent developments. In the state agencies. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10965-10968 (2011).
FEDERALISM.Hammitt, Jennifer. Note. Who’s afraid of the Supremacy Clause? State regulation of air pollution from offshore ships is upheld in Pacific Merchant Shipping Ass’n v. Goldstene. 66 U. Miami L. Rev. 53-77 (2011).
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES.Patterson, Katie. Note. Overcoming barriers to indigenous peoples’ participation in forest carbon markets. 22 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 417-445 (2011).
INTERNATIONAL LAW.Mayer, Benoit. The international legal challenges of climate-induced migration: proposal for an international legal framework. 22 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 357-416 (2011).
INTERNATIONAL TRADE.Shaffer, Jacob R. Note. Rescuing the international arbitral model: identifying the problem in natural resources trade and development. 114 W. Va. L. Rev. 309-346 (2011).
LAND USE.Salkin, Patricia E. Failure to articulate clear ethics rules and standards at the local level continues to haunt local land use decision makers. 43 Urb. Law. 757-773 (2011).
Salkin, Patricia E. and Amy Lavine. Regional foodsheds: are our local zoning and land use regulations healthy? 22 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 599-632 (2011).
LEGAL PROCESS.Wilson, Paul D. and Noah C. Shaw. Robber barons, back-stabbers and extortionists: how far does Anti-SLAPP protection go? 43 Urb. Law. 745-756 (2011).
MILITARY.Gilman, Ryan. Comment. Expanding environmental justice after war: the need for universal jurisdiction over environmental war crimes. 22 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 447-471 (2011).
NATIVE AMERICAN LANDS.Agee, Erin B. Note. In the Federal Government we trust? Federal funding for tribal water rights settlements and the Taos Pueblo Indian Water Rights Settlement Act. 21 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 201-226 (2011).
Erlinder, Peter. Treaty-guaranteed usufructuary rights: Minnesota v. Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians ten years on. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10921-10935 (2011).
NATURAL GAS.Krop, Linda. How states can affect federal deepwater port LNG licensing decisions: a case study involving the Deepwater Port Act and the Coastal Zone Management Act. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 227-251 (2011).
NATURAL RESOURCES.Holmes, Elisabeth A. and Charles M. Tebbutt. Power, politics, and poison: the story behind National Cotton Council of America v. U.S. EPA. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10946-10956 (2011).
Liss, Jodi. Negotiating the Marcellus: the role of information in building trust in extractive deals. 27 Negotiation J. 419-446 (2011).
OCEANS.Murray, Danielle, Christopher Carr, Jennifer Jeffers and Alejandra Núñez-Luna. Riding the wave: confronting jurisdictional and regulatory barriers to ocean energy development. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 159-195 (2011).
Salcido, Rachael. Siting offshore hydrokinetic energy projects: a comparative look at wave energy regulation in the Pacific Northwest. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 109-158 (2011).
OIL.Brown, Richard F. Oil, gas and mineral law. 64 SMU L. Rev. 417-442 (2011).
Koons, Judith E. Earth jurisprudence and the story of oil: intergenerational justice for the post-petroleum period. 46 U.S.F. L. Rev. 93-138 (2011).
OIL SPILLS.Bratspies, Rebecca M. A regulatory wake-up call: lessons from BP’s Deepwater Horizon disaster. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 7-60 (2011).
Guajardo, Joseph. Comment. Deepwater Horizon: rethinking OPA’s liability limitations in the wake of environmental disaster. 48 Hous. L. Rev. 625-657 (2011).
Light, Alfred R. The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Trust and the Gulf Coast Claims Facility: the “Superfund” myth and the law of unintended consequences. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 87-108 (2011).
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY.Monroe, Leila. Restructure and reform: post-BP Deepwater Horizon proposals to improve oversight of offshore oil and gas activities. 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 61-85 (2011).
PUBLIC TRUSTS.Bussiere, William J. Note. Extinguishing dried-up public trust rights. 91 B.U. L. Rev. 1749-1781 (2011).
TAKINGS.Kleeger, Jeffrey. Blight makes right: utilization as public use. 43 Urb. Law. 889-900 (2011).
Thomas, Robert H. Recent developments in condemnation law: public use, private property. 43 Urb. Law. 877-888 (2011).
Wade, William W. Sources of regulatory takings economic confusion subsequent to Penn Central. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10936-10945 (2011).
Wheelock, David S. Note. Every grain of sand: would a judicial takings doctrine freeze the common law of property? 61 Duke L.J. 433-468 (2011).
TORTS.Rosenthal, Brent M. Toxic torts and mass torts. 64 SMU L. Rev. 583-596 (2011).
TOXICS.Key Issues for Reform of TSCA. Leslie Carothers, moderator; Connie Detford, J. Clarence Davies, Mark A. Greenwood and Andy Igrejas, panelists. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10873-10874 (2011).
TRANSPORTATION.Silverman, David S. Green transportation: roadblocks and avenues for promoting low-impact transportation choices. 43 Urb. Law. 775-788 (2011).
WATER LAW.LaManna, Eva Melody. Note. Three’s a crowd: examining Georgia’s options in the Tri-State Water Wars under principles of international law. 39 Ga. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 215-239 (2010).
Masten, Scott E. Public utility ownership in 19th-century America: the “aberrant” case of water. 27 J.L. Econ. & Org. 604-654 (2011).
ZONING.Anderson, Arthur J. Zoning and land use. 64 SMU L. Rev. 617-634 (2011).
Sullivan, Edward J. Recent developments in comprehensive planning law. 43 Urb. Law. 823-837 (2011).
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