This week’s post, Clean Power Planning: Unlike with Obamacare, States are Preparing for Clean Power Plan Compliance Even as they Fight it in the Courts, was written by Georgetown Environmental Law Review staff member Jennifer Golinsky.
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This week’s post was written by Shea Diaz of the Georgetown Environmental Law Review.
Read Getting to the Root of Environmental Injustice here!
The Articles and Note comprising ELJ’s third issue of Volume 23 are now available for online reading. Click the links below to check out our latest publication!
Donald J. Kochan, Keepings
Hope M. Babcock, What Can Be Done, If Anything, About the Dangerous Penchant of Public Trust Scholars to Overextend Joseph Sax’s Original Conception: Have We Produced a Bridge Too Far?
Note: Yael R. Lifshitz, Winds of Change: Drawing on Water Law Doctrines to Establish Wind Law
You can find the full contents of Volume 23 here.
This week’s ELRS post, titled Administrative Necessity: Origin and Application to EPA’s Tailoring Rule, was written by David Williams, an editor for the Virginia Environmental Law Journal.
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This week, ELRS features a post by Daniel Carpenter-Gold, a Managing Editor of Harvard Environmental Law Review.
Read La Vie en Vert here!
This week’s post was written by Malia McPherson, a 3L at Stanford Law.
Read From the Well Up: A California County Confronts Fracking at the Polls here!
This week’s ELRS post was written by Eric DeBellis, a 3L at Berkeley Law, where he is Senior Executive Editor of the Ecology Law Quarterly.
Read “EPA Unveils The Clean Power Plan: So What’s All The Fuss About?” here!
This week’s post was written by Luke Grunbaum, Editor-in-Chief of the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.
Read the piece, titled From Kyoto to Paris: How Bottom-Up Regulation Could Revitalize the UNFCCC, here!
This week’s Environmental Law Review Syndicate post, Is CITES Endangered?, was authored by our very own Submissions Editor, Liz Rasheed. Way to go, Liz!
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This week’s post has been submitted to the Environmental Law Review Syndicate by Gillian Schroff, the Form & Style Editor for Environmental Law at Lewis and Clark Law School. Her piece is titled What is Reasonable?: The Consideration of Economic Effects in Reasonable and Prudent Alternatives Under the Endangered Species Act.
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