Volume 3

Issue 1


Barbara Boczar, Avenues for Direct Participation of Transnational Corporations in International Environmental Negotiations

Stephen P. Ferrey, Allocation and an Uncertainty in the Age of Superfund: A Critique of the Redistribution of CERCLA Liability

Philip Weinberg, It’s Time to Put NEPA Back on Course

Student Articles

Michael Goodman, Forest Service Appeals Reform: Searching for Meaningful Review

Penny Mintz, Transporation Alternatives within the Clean Air Act: A History of Congressional Failure to Effectuate and Recommendations for the Future

Michael C. Naughton, Establishing Interstate Markets for Emissions Trading of Ozone Precursors: The Case of the Northeast Ozone Transport Commission and Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management Emissions Trading Proposals

Issue 2 – Risk Asessment in the Federal Government


Stephen Breyer, Beyond the Vicious Circle


Jonathan Bender, Societal Risk Reduction: Promise and Pitfalls

Adam M. Finkel, A Second Opinion on an Environmental Misdiagnosis: The Risky Prescriptions of Breaking the Vicious Circle

John D. Graham, The Risk Not Reduced

Ellen K. Silbergeld, The Risks of Comparing Risks

W. Kip Viscusi, Equivalent Frames of Reference for Judging Risk Regulation Policies

Student Risk Assessment Articles

Brian D. Israel, An Environmental Justice Critique of Risk Assessment

Arlene Yang, Standards and Uncertainty in Risk Assessment

Student Article

Jeffrey M. Rosin, New Chapter 9: An Analysis of the Proposed Sentencing Guidelines for Organizational Environmental Offenders and the Historical Evoluton of a Compliance Nightmare