Brown, Kimberly N. Government by contract and the structural Constitution. 87 Notre Dame L. Rev. 491-535 (2011).
Conrad, Daniel H. Filling the gap: the retroactive effect of vacating agency regulations. 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 1-41 (2011).
Michael, Kristin R. Note. Mercury rising? Fifth Circuit applies administrative laws retroactively deep in the heart of Texas. (Sierra Club, Inc. v. Sandy Creek Energy Assoc., L.P., 627 F.3d 134, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 552-569 (2011).
Vaughn, Robert G. Transparency in the administration of laws: the relationship between differing justifications for transparency and differing views of administrative law. 26 Am. U. Int’l L. Rev. 969-982 (2011).
AGRICULTURE.Ackerman, Amy S. Buy healthy, buy local: an analysis of potential legal challenges to state and local government local purchase preferences. 43 Urb. Law. 1015-1034 (2011).
Lessing, Ariele. A supplemental labeling regime for organic products: how the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act hampers a market solution to an organic transparency problem. 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 415-478 (2011).
Martin, David A. Note. Crying over spilt milk: a closer look at required disclosures and the organic milk industry. (International Dairy Foods Association v. Boggs, 622 F.3d 628, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 524-551 (2011).
Pearce, James I. Note. A brave new Jungle: factory farming and advocacy in the twenty-first century. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 433-467 (2011).
AIR POLLUTION.Hodson, Kenneth A. The challenge of sustainable air quality regulation in Maricopa County after the economic tide has gone out from the perspective of the regulated community. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 783-790 (2011).
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY.Diamond, Kimberly E. and Ellen J. Crivella. Wind turbine wakes, wake effect impacts, and wind leases: using solar access laws as the model for capitalizing on wind rights during the evolution of wind policy standards. 22 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 195-244 (2011).
Ferrey, Steven. Threading the constitutional needle with care: the Commerce Clause threat to the new infrastructure of renewable power. 7 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 59-123 (2011-2012).
Paalborg, Alexander R. Note. West Virginia’s Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act: the “Mountain State’s” last attempt to quit its addiction to coal. 6 Pitt. J. Envtl. L. & Pub. Health L. 109-147 (2011).
Williamson, Jeremiah I. The future of U.S. geothermal development: alternative energy or green pipe dream? 7 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 1-29 (2011-2012).
Zaidi, Kamaal R. Environmental mitigation aspects of water resources in geothermal development: using a comparative approach in building a law and policy framework for more sustainable water management practices in Canada. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 97-144 (2010).
ALTERNATIVE FUELS.Feld, Danielle Spiegel. Ensuring that imported biofuels abide by domestic environmental standards: will the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade tolerate asymmetrical compliance regimes? 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 79-120 (2011).
ANIMAL LAW.Wakefield, Isaac P. Comment. Drop dead stylish: mitigating environmental impact of fur production through consumer protection in the Truth in Fur Labeling Act of 2010. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 267-286 (2011).
ARCHITECTURE.Malina, Cathreine. Note. Up on the roof: implementing local government policies to promote and achieve the environmental, social, and economic benefits of green roof technology. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 437-463 (2011).
ARCTIC.Cafasso, Cerissa. Note. The final frontier: domestic and international environmental remedies to preserve and protect St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 145-163 (2010).
Sternheim, Michael. Comment. Regulating the Northwest Passage. 10 Loy. Mar. L.J. 173-212 (2011).
BOOK REVIEWS.Bidgood, Jessica. Book note. (Reviewing Charles Fishman, The Big Thirst.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 161-163 (2011).
Cowan, Gregory. Book note. (Reviewing Steven Solomon, Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 167-172 (2011).
Salkin, Patricia E. Book review. (Reviewing David L. Callies, Regulating Paradise: Land Use Controls in Hawa’i, 2d ed.) 43 Urb. Law. 1107-1109 (2011).
Varty, Johna. Book note. (Reviewing Alex Prud’Homme, The Ripple Effect: The Fate of Freshwater in the Twenty-First Century.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 163-166 (2011).
BROWNFIELDS.Yacovone, Krista. Note. Brownfields and the poor: is cleanup a hazardous waste of time? An analysis of the United States’ efforts at remediation and their applicability to Brazil. 35 Fordham Int’l L.J. 201-247 (2011).
CERCLA.Vogt, Katherine E. Note. Do polluters truly pay? A chip in the “potentially responsible parties” analysis for hazardous waste cleanup. (Celanese Corporation v. Martin K. Eby Construction Company, Inc., 620 F.3d 529, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 570-587 (2011).
CHINA.Jeffery, Michael I. and Gao Qi. The development of payments for ecosystem services in China: cutting through the cloud of confusion over China’s eco-compensation. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10041-10056 (2012).
CLEAN AIR ACT.Buente, David T., Jr., William E. Gerard and Joel F. Visser. Limited oversight: the role of the federal courts vis-à-vis the Environmental Protection Agency in air pollution control under the Clean Air Act. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 309-345 (2011).
Clean Air Symposium. Introduction by Patrick J. Paul; articles by Albert H. Acken, Matthew G. Bingham, Daniel Bodansky, Edward Z. Fox, Matthew P. Fraser, Joy Herr-Cardillo, Eric L. Hiser, Kenneth A. Hodson, Gary E. Marchant, Matthew McDonnell, Kirsten Engel, Ardeth Barnhart, Joseph P. Mikitish, Douglas K. Miller, Patrick J. Paul, Christopher P. Colyer, Arnold W. Reitze, Jr. and William D. Wiley. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 665-949 (2011).
CLEAN WATER ACT.Glaze, Richard E. Jr. Rapanos guidance III: “waters” revisited. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10118-10130 (2012).
CLIMATE CHANGE.Bodansky, Daniel. A tale of two architectures: the once and future U.N. climate change regime. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 697-712 (2011).
Gagain, Michael. Climate change, sea level rise, and artificial islands: saving the Maldives’ statehood and maritime claims through the ‘constitution of the oceans.’ 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 77-120 (2012).
Hsu, Shi-Ling. A game-theoretic model of international climate change negotiations. 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 14-86 (2011).
Spence, Samara. Note. Three structural changes for a new system of international climate change mitigation agreements based on the WTO model. 44 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 1415-1455 (2011).
COASTAL AREAS.Byrne, J. Peter. Stop the Stop the Beach plurality! 38 Ecology L.Q. 619-637 (2011).
COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS.Livermore, Michael A. Can cost-benefit analysis of environmental policy go global? 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 146-193 (2011).
Shapiro, Sidney A. Cost-benefit analysis: an organizational design perspective. 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 194-224 (2011).
CRIMINAL LAW.Ferguson, Ashley. Comment. We’re victims, too!: the need for greater protection of environmental crime victims under the Crime Victims Rights Act. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 287-310 (2011).
The prosecution of environmental crimes in Oregon: an interview with Attorney General John Kroger. 26 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 493-508 (2011).
ECONOMICS.Cooley, David and Lydia Olander. Stacking ecosystem services payments: risks and solutions. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10150-10165 (2012).
EMISSIONS TRADING.Hamilton, Sophia. Student article. When scientific palmers make policy: the impact and future of cap-and-trade in the United States. 4 J. Bus. Entrepreneurship & L. 269-318 (2011).
ENERGY LAW.McAnelly, W. James III, et al. Recent developments in Texas, United States, and international energy law. 7 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 125-176 (2011-2012).
ENERGY POLICY.Aldy, Joseph E. Promoting clean energy in the American power sector: a proposal for a national clean energy standard. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10131-10149 (2012).
Acken, Albert H. and Matthew G. Bingham. Sustainable energy in Arizona. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 669-695 (2011).
McDonnell, Matthew, Kirsten Engel and Ardeth Barnhart. The potential and power of renewable energy credits to enhance air quality and economic development in Arizona. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 809-834 (2011).
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM.Jampolsky, Jacquelyn Amour. Note. Activism is the new black! Demonstrating the benefits of international celebrity activism through James Cameron’s campaign against the Belo Monte Dam. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 227-256 (2012).
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW.Nelson, Douglas T., et al. Real environmental protection: not a paper exercise. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10166-10171 (2012).
Recent developments. In the Congress. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10172-10174 (2012).
Recent developments. In the courts. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10175-10176 (2012).
Recent developments. In the federal agencies. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10176-10179 (2012).
Recent developments. In the state agencies. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10180-10183 (2012).
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY.Andrews, Richard N.L. The EPA at 40: an historical perspective. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 223-258 (2011).
Carley, Sanya, Natalie Messer Betts and John D. Graham. Innovation in the auto industry: the role of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 367-399 (2011).
Goldstein, Bernard D., MD. EPA at 40: reflections on the Office of Research and Development. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 295-308 (2011).
Live Fast, Die Young: The EPA in the Age of Aquarius. Keynote address Lisa Heinzerling; articles by Shi-Ling Hsu, Mitchell A. Kane, Michael A. Livermore and Sidney A. Shapiro. 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1-224 (2011).
Schoenbrod, David. How REINS would improve environmental protection. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 347-365 (2011).
Symposium: The EPA at 40. Articles by William K. Reilly, Richard N.L. Andrews, Linda S. Birnbaum, Paul Jung, Sheila A. Newton, Bernard D. Goldstein, MD, David T. Buente, Jr., William E. Gerard, Joel F. Visser, David Schoenbrod, Sanya Carley, Natalie Messer Betts, John D. Graham, Michael P. Vandenbergh and Jonathan A. Gilligan. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 207-431 (2011).
EUROPEAN UNION.Carson, Trevor E. Comment. The decision from the Court of First Instance that destroyed the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme. 23 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 157-185 (2010).
FEDERALISM.Gutherz, Ilan W. Comment. Cap and trade meets the Interstate Commerce Clause: are greenhouse gas regulations constitutional after Lopez and Morrison? 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 289-320 (2011).
FISHERIES.Kato, Dawn M. Comment. Battle for bluefin: the consumer’s role in preserving the Atlantic bluefin tuna. 42 Cal. W. Int’l L.J. 149-188 (2011).
FORESTS.Barresi, Paul A. Mobilizing the public trust doctrine in support of publicly owned forests as carbon dioxide sinks in India and the United States. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 39-75 (2012).
GENETIC MODIFICATION.Faure, Michael and Andri Wibisana. Liability for damage caused by GMOs: an economic perspective. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 1-69 (2010).
GLOBAL WARMING.Barriger, Lisa. Comment. Global warming and viticulture: the ability of wine regions to adapt in differing regulatory schemes. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 311-332 (2011).
GREENHOUSE GASES.Abend, Katherine A. Note. Deploying carbon capture and storage in developing countries: risks and opportunities. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 397-419 (2011).
Gresham, R. Lee and Owen L. Anderson. Legal and commercial models for pore-space access and use for geologic CO2 sequestration. 72 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 701-777 (2011).
Johnson, Jon. Striving for greenhouse gas mitigation and energy independence in Pennsylvania. 6 Pitt. J. Envtl. L. & Pub. Health L. 41-83 (2011).
HERITAGE SITES.Litton, Sam. Note. The World Heritage “In Danger” Listing as a taking. 44 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 219-265 (2011).
HISTORY.Houck, Oliver A. Save Ourselves: the environmental case that changed Louisiana. 72 La. L. Rev. 409-442 (2012).
HUDSON RIVER.Runnels, Michael B. and Andrea Giampetro-Meyer. Cooperative NRDA & new governance: getting to restoration in the Hudson River, the Gulf of Mexico, and beyond. 77 Brook. L. Rev. 107-149 (2011).
INTERNATIONAL LAW.Allen, Linda J. The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation: has it fulfilled its promises and potential? An empirical study of policy. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 121-199 (2012).
Sawyer, Jessica M. and Sarah C. Sawyer. Lessons from the mist: what can international environmental law learn from gorilla conservation efforts? 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 365-396 (2011).
INTERNATIONAL TRADE.Brooks, Travis A. Comment. Towards promises unfulfilled: applying sixteen years of trade and environmental lessons to the pending U.S.—Columbia Trade Promotion Agreement. 23 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 339-368 (2011).
LAND USE.Hughes, Heather. Securitization and suburbia. 90 Or. L. Rev. 359-411 (2011).
Rule, Troy A. Airspace in a green economy. 59 UCLA L. Rev. 270-320 (2011).
Sullivan, Edward and Alexia Solomou. Alternative dispute resolution in land use disputes—two continents and two approaches. 43 Urb. Law. 1035-1059 (2011).
Wolf, Michael Allan. A yellow light for “green zoning”: some words of caution about incorporating green building standards into local land use law. 43 Urb. Law. 949-975 (2011).
LAW OF THE SEA.Hodnette, Jonathan D. Comment. Substantial nexus: harmony after years of situs and status discrepancies on the spectrum of Outer Countinental Shelf Lands Act compensation claims. 10 Loy. Mar. L.J. 115-143 (2011).
LEGAL PROCESS.Tettlebaum, Benjamin W. Note. “Vacation” at the farm: why courts should not extend “remand without vacation” to environmental deregulation. (Monsanto Co. v. Geertson Seed Farms, 130 S. Ct. 2743, 2010.) 97 Cornell L. Rev. 405-432 (2012).
MILITARY.Gillespie, Alexander. The limits of international environmental law: military necessity v. conservation. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 1-38 (2012).
NATIVE AMERICAN LANDS.Kloeckner, Jane. Hold on to that tribal sovereignty: establishing tribal pesticide programs that recognize inherent tribal authority and promote federal-tribal partnerships. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10057-10077 (2012).
Lowrey, Jessica. Note. Home sweet home: how the ‘purpose of the reservation’ affects more than just the quantity of Indian water rights. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 201-225 (2012).
Matson, Jeffrey T. Student article. Postjudgment “water interest”: lifting the headgate to let appropriate compensation flow for unlawful diversions. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 135-160 (2011).
Miller, Douglas K. Visibility issues in rural Arizona and Indian Country. 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 861-877 (2011).
NATURAL GAS.Argetsinger, Beren. Comment. The Marcellus Shale: bridge to a clean energy future or bridge to nowhere? Environmental, energy and climate policy considerations for shale gas development in New York State. 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 321-343 (2011).
Bagnell, Nicolle R. Snyder. Environmental regulation impacting Marcellus Shale development. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 177-192 (2011).
Developing the Law of the Marcellus Shale. Articles by Ross H. Pifer, Kevin C. Abbott, Nicole R. Snyder Bagnell, David E. Pierce, R. Lee Gresham and Owen L. Anderson. 72 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 615-777 (2011).
Marcellus Shale Law and Policy Symposium. Articles by Nicolle R. Snyder Bagnell, Patrick C. McGinley and David E. Pierce. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 177-265 (2011).
Turgeon, Elizabeth. Recent development. “Goin’ to Carolina in my mind:” prospects and perils for natural gas drilling in North Carolina. 13 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 147-181 (2011).
NEPA.Friel, Joshua K. Note. Secular vs. sacred: NEPA again proves to be an ineffective tool to protect sacred land. (Pit River Tribe, et al. v. United States Forest Service, et al., 615 F.3d 1069, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 504-523 (2011).
NONINDIGENOUS SPECIES.Strifling, David A. An ecosystem-based approach to slowing the synergistic effects of invasive species and climate change. 22 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 145-193 (2011).
NUCLEAR WASTE.Abbott, Mark A. Note. Waste not, want not: low-level radioactive waste and the United States’ need for a revised system of disposal. (EnergySolutions, LLC v. Utah, 625 F.3d 1261, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 479-503 (2011).
Rodgers, Kerry E. Identifying the crucial elements of states’ collaboration over the long haul: the transportation of nuclear waste to New Mexico. 41 N.M. L. Rev. 361-405 (2011).
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY.Blades, Bryan W. Production, politics, and pre-salt: transitioning to a PSC regime in Brazil. 7 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 31-57 (2011-2012).
Orth, Derek. Comment. Administering America’s offshore oil fields: how fewer, performance-based regulations can produce better results. 26 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 509-534 (2011).
RISK ANALYSIS.Vandenbergh, Michael P. and Jonathan A. Gilligan. Macro-risks: the challenge for rational risk regulation. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 401-431 (2011).
SCIENCE.Birnbaum, Linda S., Paul Jung and Sheila A. Newton. Environmental health science for regulatory decisionmaking. 21 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 259-293 (2011).
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.Alam, Shawkat and Md. Saiful Karim. Linkages of development and environment: in search of an integrated approach through sustainable development. 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 345-363 (2011).
TAKINGS.Fein, Ian. Note. Why judicial takings are unripe. 38 Ecology L.Q. 749-795 (2011).
13th Annual Conference on Litigating Regulatory Takings Challenges to Land Use and Environmental Regulations. Articles by J. Peter Byrne, John D. Echeverria, Cecilia Fex, Marc Mihaly, Turner Smith, R.S. Radford and Luke A. Wake. 38 Ecology L.Q. 619-748 (2011).
Lewyn, Michael. Character counts: the “character of the government action” in regulatory takings actions. 40 Seton Hall L. Rev. 597-637 (2010).
McGinley, Patrick C. Regulatory takings in the shale gas patch. 19 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 193-240 (2011).
Mihaly, Marc and Turner Smith. Kelo’s trail: a survey of state and federal legislative and judicial activity five years later. 38 Ecology L.Q. 703-729 (2011).
Patashnik, Josh. Note. Bringing a judicial takings claim. (Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. v. Fla. Dep’t of Envtl. Prot., 130 S. Ct. 2592, 2010.) 64 Stan. L. Rev. 255-288 (2012).
Radford, R.S. and Luke A. Wake. Deciphering and extrapolating: searching for sense in Penn Central. 38 Ecology L.Q. 731-748 (2011).
TAXATION.Kane, Mitchell A. Taxation and multi-period global cap and trade. 19 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 87-145 (2011).
TORTS.Faulk, Richard O. and John S. Gray. Public nuisance at the crossroads: policing the intersection between statutory primacy and common law. 15 Chapman L. Rev. 495-535 (2012).
TSCA Reform: Hazard, Use, and Exposure Data. Linda Breggin, moderator; Connie Deford, Mary Marrero and Daniel Rosenberg, panelists. 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10109-10117 (2012).
TRAILS.Fex, Cecilia. The elements of liability in a Trails Act taking: a guide to the analysis. 38 Ecology L.Q. 673-701 (2011).
TRANSPORTATION.Growchow, Kevin J. Comment. California high-speed rail on track? Bridging the gap between competing land use issues with the California high-speed rail project. (Town of Atherton v. Cal. High-Speed Rail Auth., No. 34-2008-80000022, slip op. at 21.) 15 Chapman L. Rev. 585-612 (2012).
URBAN ENVIRONMENT.Foster, Sheila R. Collective action and the urban commons. 87 Notre Dame L. Rev. 57-133 (2011).
WATER LAW.Baker, David W. Case note. Future of ditch-wide change cases in Colorado: reducing per-share water quantities with historical consumptive use determinations based on unlawful enlargement and average reservoir releases: ... (Burlington Ditch Reservoir & Land Co. v. Metro Wastewater Reclamation Dist., 256 P.3d 645, 2011.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 173-188 (2011).
The Colorado Water Conservation Board Conference Report. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 203-204 (2011).
A Detailed Analysis of the Water Transfers Framework in Three Colorado River Basin States. Introduction by Jennifer Pitt; articles by Dean Waters Price, Suzanne Lieberman and Johanna Hamburger. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 1-103 (2011).
Elliott, Heather. Alabama’s water crisis. 63 Ala. L. Rev. 383-406 (2012).
Hamburger, Johanna. Improving efficiency and overcoming obstacles to water transfers in Utah. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 69-103 (2011).
Howard, Derrick. The appearance of solidity: legal implementation of the human right to water in the United States. 11 Appalachian J.L. 123-155 (2011).
Lieberman, Suzanne. Water organizations in Colorado: a first look into water organizations’ control of agricultural water rights and their transfer potential in the Colorado River Basin. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 31-67 (2011).
Norris, Joe. Case note. Montana v. Wyoming: is water conservation drowning the Yellowstone River Compact? (Montana v. Wyoming, 131 S. Ct. 1765, 2011.) 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 189-202 (2011).
Pitt, Jennifer. Introduction: the legal framework for water transfers in the Colorado River Basin will be important. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 1-4 (2011).
WATER RESOURCES.Harris, Luke W. and Christopher J. Sanchez. Considerations for analyzing Colorado ground water: a technical perspective. 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 105-134 (2011).
Masters, Lindsay B. Note. Free market environmentalism: desalination as a solution to limited water resources in Northern Chile’s mining industry. 23 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 257-283 (2012).
WETLANDS.Brandao, Sam. Comment. Louisiana’s Mono Lake: the public trust doctrine and oil company liability for Louisiana’s vanishing wetlands. 86 Tul. L. Rev. 759-785 (2012).
WHALING.Moffa, Anthony L.I. Comment. Two competing models of activism, one goal: a case study of anti-whaling campaigns in the Southern Ocean. 37 Yale J. Int’l L. 201-214 (2012).
WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION.Werge, Thomas. Environmental standards under the Peru FTA: a template for the WTO? 23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 71-95 (2010).
ZONING.Addes, Kirah. Note. The fate of affordable housing legislation in New Jersey: how Governor Christie’s proposed S-1 legislation threatens to undo the New Jersey Supreme Court decisions in Mount Laurel I and Mount Laurel II. (Southern Burlington County NAACP v. Township of Mount Laurel (Mount Laurel I), 336 A.2d 713, 1975; Southern Burlington County NAACP v. Township of Mount Laurel (Mount Laurel II), 456 A.2d 390, 1983.) 36 Seton Hall Legis. J. 82-105 (2011).
Himebaugh, Daniel A. Tie goes to the landowner: ambiguous zoning ordinances and the strict construction rule. 43 Urb. Law. 1061-1083 (2011).
Norton, Richard K. Who decides, how, and why? Planning for the judicial review of local legislative zoning decisions. 43 Urb. Law. 1085-1105 (2011).