Symposium Keynote Address
Lisa Heinzerling, Environment, Justice, and Transparency: One Year In, A Reinvigorated Environmental Protection Agency
Shi-Ling Hsu, A Game-Theoretic Model of International Climate Change Negotiations
Mitchell A. Kane, Taxation and Multi-Period Global Cap and Trade
Michael A. Livermore, Can Cost-Benefit Analysis of Environmental Policy Go Global?
Sidney A. Shapiro, Cost-Benefit Analysis: An Organizational Design Perspective
Rebecca M. Bratspies, Human Rights and Environmental Regulation
Arthur G. Fraas and Nathan Richardson, Banking on Allowances: The EPA’s Mixed Record in Managing Emissions-Market Transitions
E. Nixon-Graf, A Gathering Storm: Climate Change as Common Nuisance or Political Question?
Kate Stanford, The Need for Chevron Step Zero in Judicial Review of Interpretations Developed by Fishery Management Councils
Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Josephine van Zeben, Legal and Market Uncertainty in Market-Based Instruments The Case of the EU ETS
Bryant Cannon, A Plea for Efficiency: The Voluntary Environmental Obligations of International Corporations and the Benefits of Information Standardization
Brandon D. Cunningham, Border Petrol: U.S. Challenges to Canadian Tar Sands Development
Nathaniel Kane, Twelve Honest and Lawful Men in the Land of Mist and Malaria: Jury Regulation of Common Rights in the English Fens in the Time of Enclosure
Jack Lienke, Sustainable Segregation? Assessing the Environmental Impact of the Westchester Fair Housing Settlement