Produced by students at Berkeley Law, Ecology Law Quarterly is one of the nation’s most respected and widely read environmental law journals.
Volume 40, Number 2
ELQ is proud to present the second issue of Volume 40 (2013).
Table of Contents
Reining in Sovereign Immunity to Compensate Hurricane Katrina Victims
PLL Montana v. Montana: From Settlers to Settled Expectations
Wyoming v. USDA: A Look Down the Road at Management of Inventoried Roadless Areas for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
Why Citizen Suits Against States Would Ensure the Legitimacy of Cooperative Federalism Under the Clean Water Act
Severance v. Patterson: How Do Property Rights Move When the Dynamic Sea Meets the Static Shore?
The Verdict on Environmental Harm: Leave It to the Jury
Toward a Management Doctrine for Texas Groundwater
A Forest Divided: Minard Run Oil Co. v. U.S. Forest Service and the Battle Over Private Oil and Gas Rights on Public Lands
Adaptive Management in the Face of Climate Change and Endangered Species Protection
Taking Stock of Oil Drilling's Wildlife Impact: Center for Biological Diversity v. Salazaar
Native Village of Kivalina v. ExxonMobile Corp: Say Goodbye to Public Nuissance Claims for Greenhouse Gas Emissions
De-Criminalizing Corporate Environmental Violations: Post-Southern Union Company v. United States
Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA: An Analysis of Judicial Deference and Regulatory Discretion
A Salmon's Travels: The Forest Service's Struggle to Secure Proper Environmental Protection
Flying in the Face of the Endangered Species Act? Delisting the West Virginia Northern Flying Squirrel
Association of Irritated Residents v. California Air Resources Board: Climate Change and Environmental Justice
Oceans in the Nuclear Age: The Need for Comprehensive International Environmental Regulations
Volume 40, Number 3
Table of Contents
Perverse Incentives: The Case of Wildfire Smoke Regulation
Does Geoengineering Present a Moral Hazard?
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