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 4
ELQ is proud to present the fourth issue of Volume 40 (2013).
Table of Contents
The Legal Status of Environmental Credit Stacking
Why Federal Dietary Guidelines Should Acknowledge the Food-Choice / Environment Nexus: Examining the Recommendation to Eat More Seafood
A New Water AccountingChanging the Plan: The Challenge of Applying Environmental Review to Land Use Initiatives
Volume 41, Number 1
Table of Contents
Holding Local Governments Accountable for Environmental Discrimination: the Promise of California Government Code Section 65008
Weather NEPA Review: Superstorms and Super Slow Urban Recovery
Regulating Pollutants, Good Neighbor Agreements, and Negative Externalities: Who Bears the Burden of Protecting Communities
Fees, Expenditures, and the Takings Clause
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