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Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Recent Law Review Articles -- May 2012
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW.Camacho, Alejandro E.A learning collaboratory:improving federal climate change adaptation
planning.2011 BYU L. Rev. 1821-1861
Freeman, Jody and Jim Rossi.Agency coordination in shared regulatory space.125 Harv. L. Rev. 1131-1211 (2012).
Macey, Gregg P.Environmental crisis and the paradox of
organizing.2011 BYU L. Rev. 2063-2114
Shapiro, Sidney A.The complexity of regulatory capture:diagnosis, causality, and remediation.17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 221-257 (2012).
Salkin, Patricia E.Honey, it’s
all the buzz:regulating neighborhood
beehives.39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev.
Turney, John B. and Nicholas “Nick” Ybarra.Recent development.Air quality.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 327-330 (2011).
Turney, John B. and student Aaron Tucker.Recent development.Air quality.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 109-111 (2011).
Frulla, David E., George M. Hagerman, Jr. and
Michele G. Hallowell.Found in the
wind:the value of early consultation
and collaboration with other ocean users for successful offshore wind
development.17 Roger Williams U. L.
Rev. 307-326 (2012).
Plaskov, Justin.Comment.Geothermal’s prior appropriation problem.83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 257-306 (2011).
Rule, Troy A.Renewable energy
and the neighbors.2010 Utah L. Rev.
Hunziker, Heather.Note.Finding promise in pond scum:algal biofuels, regulation, and the potential
for environmental problems.42 Tex.
Envtl. L.J. 59-83 (2011).
Kenny, Krysten.A local approach
to a national problem:local ordinances
as a means of curbing puppy mill production and pet overpopulation.75 Alb. L. Rev. 379-406 (2011/2012).
Rasmussen, Claire E.Are animal
rights dead meat?41 Sw. L. Rev. 253-264
Serafino, Laurie.No walk in the dog park:drafting animal cruelty statutes to resolve
double jeopardy concerns and eliminate unfettered prosecutorial discretion.78 Tenn. L. Rev. 1119-1169 (2011).
Anderson, H. Edwin, III.Polar
shipping, the forthcoming Polar Code and implications for the polar
environments.43 J. Mar. L. & Com.
Mueller, Troy M.Comment.Because I asked you nicely:defining prior informed consent under the Convention on Biological
Diversity.18 Sw. J. Int’l L. 393-415
CLEAN WATER ACT.
Reagen, Chris.Comment.The water transfers rule:how an
EPA rule threatens to undermine the Clean Water Act.(Friends
of the Everglades v. S. Fla. Water Mgmt. Dist., 570 F.3d 1210, 2009.)83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 307-338 (2011).
Daniels, Brigham.Addressing global climate change in an age of
political climate change.2011 BYU L.
Rev. 1899-1935 (2011).
Verchick, Robert R.M. and Abby Hall.Adapting to climate change while planning for
disaster:footholds, rope lines, and the
Iowa floods.2011 BYU L. Rev. 2203-2250
Thompson, Robert.Beach access, trespass, and the social
enactment of property.17 Roger Williams
U. L. Rev. 351-372 (2012).
Robertson, Heidi Gorovitz.Public access to private land for walking:environmental and individual responsibility
as rationale for limiting the right to exclude.23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 211-262 (2011).
Diversity Paper.Note.The illusion of sustainable development:how Nigeria’s environmental laws are failing
the Niger Delta.36 Vt. L. Rev. 387-407
Owley, Jessica.The enforceability of exacted conservation
easements.36 Vt. L. Rev. 261-302
Serkin, Christopher.Entrenching environmentalism:private conservation easements over public
land.77 U. Chi. L. Rev. 341-366 (2010).
Muranovic, Sanja.Note.Cost-benefit analysis in environmental regulation: the case of impingement and entrainment and
what to take away from ... (Entergy
Corp. v. Riverkeeper, Inc., 129 S.Ct. 1498, 2009.)41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 309-326 (2011).
Disasters and the Environment Symposium.Introduction by Daniel Farber; articles by
Alejandro E. Camacho, Robin Kundis Craig, Brigham Daniels, Lincoln L. Davies,
Blake Hudson, Gregg P. Macey, Lesley K. McAllister, Lisa Grow Sun, Robert R.M.
Verchick and Abby Hall.2011 BYU L. Rev.
DiSegna, David M.Student article.In re Review of Proposed Town of New
Shoreham Project:a survey and
commentary on an important decision for Rhode Island’s renewable energy
development.(In re of Proposed New
Shoreham Project, 25 A.3d 482, 2011.)17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 327-350 (2012).
Forbush, John R.Comment.Regulating the use and sharing of energyconsumption data:assessing California’s SB 1476 smart meter
privacy statute.75 Alb. L. Rev. 341-377
Fremeth, Adam R. and Guy L.F. Holburn.Information asymmetries and regulatory decision costs:an analysis of U.S. electric utility rate
changes 1980-2000.28 J.L. Econ. &
Org. 127-162 (2012).
McAllister, Lesley K.Adaptive
mitigation in the electric power sector.2011 BYU L. Rev. 2115-2155 (2011).
McNeil, Sonia K.Note.Privacy and the modern grid.25 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 199-224 (2011).
Reilly, Lauren.Note.Automatic consumer privacy rights embedded in smart grid technology
standards by the federal government.36
Vt. L. Rev. 471-501 (2011).
Rogers, Emily and Rachael K. Jones.Recent development.Water quality
and utilities.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J.
Cox, Prentiss.Keeping pace?:the case against property assessed clean
energy financing programs.83 U. Colo.
L. Rev. 83-122 (2011).
Padis, George M.Note.
Overcoming the “energy paradox” in the built environment.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 85-108 (2011).
parochialism and protectionism in power.49 Harv. J. on Legis. 87-134 (2012).
Stafford, Sarah L.Private
policing of environmental performance:does it further public goals?39
B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 73-97 (2012).
Gormley, Neil.Greening the law
of advertising:prospects and
problems.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 27-58
Chin, Francis and Maxim Farberov.Recent development.Publications.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J.
Klein, David J. and Tim Redmond.Recent development.Casenotes:federal.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 346-348 (2011).
LaValle, Laura and Madeline Mathews.Recent development.Washington
update.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 352-355
Slobodin, Howard S. and Sarah Page Jackson.Recent development.Casenotes:state.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J.
Fischman, Robert L. and Jeremiah I.
Williamson.The story of Kleppe v. New Mexico:the Sagebrush Rebellion as un-cooperative
federalism.83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 123-178
protections in the context of the geo-political tensions in the South China
Sea.43 J. Mar. L. & Com. 85-128
Taking Stock:The Magnuson-Stevens Act Revisited.Articles by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Eric Schwaab, Peter Shelley and
Anne Hayden.17 Roger Williams U. L.
Rev. 7-80 (2012).
Cecot, Caroline.Note.Blowing hot air:an analysis of
state involvement in greenhouse gas litigation.65 Vand. L. Rev. 189-248 (2012).
Riccardi, Nathan D.Note.Necessarily hypocritical:the legal viability of EPA’s regulation of
stationary source greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.(Massachusetts
v. EPA, 549 U.S. 497, 2007.)39 B.C.
Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 213-241 (2012).
Weil, Gabriel.Note.Costs, contributions, and climate
change:how important are universally
binding emissions commitments?23 Geo.
Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 319-344 (2011).
Horgan, Danielle E.Note.Reconciling the past with the future:the Cape Wind Project and the National Historic Preservation Act.36 Vt. L. Rev. 409-432 (2011).
Coman, Hannah.Note.Balancing the need for energy and clean
water:the case for applying strict
liability in hydraulic fracturing suits.39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 131-160 (2012).
Puder, Markus G.The rise of
regional integration law (RIL):good
news for international environmental law (IEL)?23 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 165-210 (2011).
Atik, Jeffery.Inventing trade remedies In response to climate
change.18 Sw. J. Int’l L. 53-63 (2011).
Hsu, Shi-Ling.A prediction
market for climate outcomes.83 U. Colo.
L. Rev. 179-256 (2011).
Been, Vicki.Community benefits agreements:a
new local government tool or another variation on the exactions theme?77 U. Chi. L. Rev. 5-35 (2010).
Sun, Lisa Grow.Smart growth in dumb places:sustainability, disaster, and the future of
the American city.2011 BYU L. Rev.
private interest in regulatory enforcement:tradable environmental resource rights as a basis for standing.29 Yale J. on Reg. 201-243 (2012).
Mank, Bradford C.Informational
standing after Summers.39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 1-54 (2012).
Anderson, Charles B.Marine
pollution and the “polluter pays” principle:should the polluter also pay punitive damages?43 J. Mar. L. & Com. 43-58 (2012).
Hooks, Aileen M. and student Julie Patel.Recent development.Natural resources.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 111-113 (2011).
Hooks, Aileen M. and Zachary Rider.Recent development.Natural
resources.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 330-334
Natural Resources and Environmental Law.Articles by Eric Biber, Prentiss Cox, Robert
L. Fischman, Jeremiah I. Williamson and Shi-Ling Hsu; comments by Justin
Plaskov and Chris Reagen.83 U. Colo. L.
Rev. 1-338 (2011).
Garfinkle, Jesse.Note.Scope of reviewable evidence in NEPA
predetermination cases:why going off
the record puts courts on target. 39
B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 161-184 (2012).
Holcomb, James R., IV.NEPA and
climate change:after the CEQ’s draft
guidance.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 259-278
Davies, Lincoln L.Beyond
Fukushima:disasters, nuclear energy,
and energy law.2011 BYU L. Rev.
Fahring, T.L.Note.Nuclear uncertainty:a look at the uncertainties of a U.S. nuclear
renaissance.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 279-307
Zeidan, Sayed.The procedural
rules and obligations under international law for construction of a nuclear
installation:prevention and reduction
of environmental damage.23 Geo. Int’l
Envtl. L. Rev. 263-318 (2011).
Emerging Issue:Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning.Articles by Grover Fugate, David E. Frulla,
George M. Hagerman, Jr., Michele G. Hallowell, Robert Thompson and student
David M. DiSegna.17 Roger Williams U.
L. Rev. 295-372 (2012).
Pettit, David and David Newman.Federal public law and the future of oil and
gas drilling on the outer continental shelf.17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 184-220 (2012).
Blowout:Legal Legacy of the Deepwater Horizon Catastrophe.Articles by Sen. Jack Reed, Juliet Eilperin,
Deborah E. Greenspan, Matthew A. Neuburger, George W. Conk, David Pettit, David
Newman, Sidney A. Shapiro, Julia B. Wyman and Thomas C. Galligan, Jr.17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 81-294 (2012).
Craig, Robin Kundis.Legal remedies for deep marine oil spills and
long-term ecological resilience:a match
made in hell.2011 BYU L. Rev. 1863-1897
Galligan, Thomas C., Jr.A sad tale of the Deepwater Horizon disaster,
normal accidents, and our appetite for risk.17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 264-294 (2012).
Higgens, Mark M.Note.Do as I say and not as I do:the
United States’ immunity in oil spill response actions.45 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 149-168 (2011).
Giles, Morgan.Comment.A call to action:expanding
public access to Ohio’s navigable rivers and streams.39 Cap. U. L. Rev. 993-1025 (2011).
Harris, Susan.Note.“Pigs will fly”:protecting the Los Angeles River by declaring
navigability.39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L.
Rev. 185-212 (2012).
Abazari, Ali and Alyssa Nava.Recent development.Solid
waste.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 334-336
Abazari, Ali and student Michael Pena.Recent development.Solid
waste.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 114-117
Gershonowitz, Aaron.The end of joint and several liability in
Superfund litigation:from Chem-Dyne to Burlington Northern.50 Duq.
L. Rev. 83-124 (2012).
Andrews, Trent.Comment.Official maps and the regulatory takings problem:a legislative solution.2011 BYU L. Rev. 2251-2281 (2011).
Frame, Ian M.Note.If you build it, he will
come:judicial takings and a search for
common ground.(Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. v. Fla. Dep’t of Envtl. Prot.,
130 S. Ct. 2592, 2010.)6 Liberty U. L.
Rev. 109-135 (2011).
Greenspan, Deborah E. and Matthew A.
Neuburger.Settle or sue?The use and structure of alternative
compensation programs in the mass claims context.17 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 97-136 (2012).
Smith, Robin and Catherine Bennett.Recent development.Water
rights.41 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 342-345
Pannu, Camille.Comment.Drinking water and exclusion:a
case study from California’s Central Valley.100 Cal. L. Rev. 223-268 (2012).
Rogers, Emily and students Nick Ybarra and Maxim Farberov.Recent development.Water quality and utilities.42 Tex. Envtl. L.J. 117-126 (2011).
Hills, Roderick M., Jr. and David
Schleicher.The steep costs of using noncumulative
zoning to preserve land for urban manufacturing.77 U. Chi. L. Rev. 249-273 (2010).