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Ecology Law Quarterly (section title).

ELQ is pleased to present a free PDF archive of our more recent Ecology Law Quarterly print articles, organized by volume, and issue.

Articles can also be retrieved using the "SITE & ARTICLE SEARCH" in the upper right corner of every page on this site. Older issues of Ecology Law Quarterly can be viewed online via Westlaw, LexisNexis and HeinOnline.

ELQ Articles by Volume

Volume 40 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 39 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 38 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 37 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 36 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 35 Issue Summary Full Article List

Volume 34 Issue Summary Full Article List

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ELQ Volume 40 Issue Summary

Volume 40 Full Article List

Issue 1: ELQ is proud to present the first issue of Volume 40 (2013).

Issue 2: ELQ is proud to present the second issue of Volume 40 (2013).

Issue 3: ELQ is proud to present the third issue of Volume 40 (2013).

Issue 4: ELQ is proud to present the fourth issue of Volume 40 (2013).

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ELQ Volume 39 Issue Summary

Volume 39 Full Article List

Issue 4: ELQ is proud to present the fourth issue of Volume 39 (2012).

Issue 3: ELQ is proud to present the third issue of Volume 39 (2012).

Issue 2: Students at Berkeley Law bring you another edition of the Annual Review of Natural Resources and Environmental Law.

Issue 1: ELQ is proud to present the first issue of Volume 39 (2012).

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ELQ Volume 38 Issue Summary

Volume 38 Full Article List

Issue 4: ELQ is proud to present the fourth issue of Volume 38.

Issue 3: ELQ is proud to present the third issue of Volume 38.

Issue 2: Students at Berkeley Law bring you another edition of the Annual Review of Natural Resources and Environmental Law.

Issue 1: ELQ is proud to present the first issue of Volume 38 (2011), with one piece focusing on the intersections between constitutional environmental rights and state-local land use decision-making systems, and three pieces presenting innovative perspectives on property rights, regarding small-scale renewable energy generation on private land, fishing territory in California, and frontier settlement in the United States and Brazil.

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ELQ Volume 37 Issue Summary

Volume 37 Full Article List

Issue 4: The authors in our forthcoming issue will explain the failings of Canadian environmental law, show state and local governments how to more proactively site renewable energy projects, criticize federal agencies' use of genetic data in regulating endangered species, provide solutions to complications in how the Clean Water Act affects Indian tribes, and review The Big Burn, Timothy Egan's book on the forest fire that propelled the U.S. Forest Service into popular glory.

Issue 3: This heterogeneous issue contains a rebuttal clarifying the role of background principles in takings law, an exploration of how the scientific construction of environmental problems frames environmental law, and an analysis of the challenges climate change poses for the governance of Arctic fisheries.

Issue 2: Students at Berkeley Law bring you another edition of the Annual Review of Natural Resources and Environmental Law.

Issue 1: Ranging from a new look at eighteenth century whaling disputes to the very latest in REDD developments at Copenhagen, the authors in 37.1 bring a thoughtful analysis and scholarship to the field of environmental law. (published 3/2010)

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ELQ Volume 36 Issue Summary

Volume 36 Full Article List

Issue 4: In this last issue of the year, articles in ELQ tackle three pressing topics: how to support distributed solar generation, how to encourage and build from linkages between emissions permit systems, and how to allocate "grandfathering" rights in a regulated environment. (published 3/2010)

Issue 3: Articles in this issue of ELQ focus on the emergence of global environmental law, the evolution of the standing doctrine to account for probabilistic risks, and the Supreme Court's recent decision in Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council. (published 9/2009)

Issue 2: ELQ is pleased to announce the publication of the 10th Annual Review of Environmental and Natural Resources Law. Each year, Berkeley Law students artfully examine the year's most important and exciting developments in the field. This year is no exception. (published 7/2009)

Issue 1: This issue confronts timely issues of environmental law, including climate change, ocean policy, and agency interaction with Native Americans. (published 3/2009)

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ELQ Volume 35 Issue Summary

Volume 35 Full Article List

Issue 4: The articles in this issue are centered on two broad themes: 1) improving the environmental regulatory experience through learning from other states, countries and international experiences, and 2) the failures of administrative law, both in doctrine and in practice, to thoroughly and coherently manage environmental and other problems.  The issue of climate is a third theme that heightens the concerns raised by several of the articles. (published 2/2009)

Issue 3: Annual Review: a comprehensive review of the year's most important decisions and issues in environmental law and policy. (published 11/2008)

Issue 2: The articles in this issue are principally focused on developing an understanding of environmental infrastructure. The final article of the issue analyzes a small town’s efforts to regulate its municipal water supply by enacting a moratorium on new connections. (published 7/2008)

Issue 1: This issue features four cutting-edge environmental law articles. (published 3/2008)

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ELQ Volume 34 Issue Summary

Volume 34 Full Article List

Issue 4: The articles in this issue are centered on two broad themes: 1) revitalizing the presumption against preemption to prevent regulatory gaps, and 2) examing the relationship between suburban sprawl, land use, and water rights. (published 2/2008)

Issue 3: Annual Review: a comprehensive review of the year's most important decisions and issues in environmental law and policy. (published 11/2007)

Issue 2: This issue examines regulatory takings, public use, land use, and water law. (published 7/2007)

Issue 1: The articles in this issue consider climate change, public-private economic redevelopment, and what the federal government can learn from state air pollution regulation. (published 3/2007)

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Viewing/Ordering Issues of any Volume

Older issues of Ecology Law Quarterly can be viewed online via Westlaw, LexisNexis and HeinOnline.
To order previously published issues of Ecology Law Quarterly, contact JournalPublications@law.berkeley.edu

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Ecology Law Currents (section title).

ELQ is pleased to present a free archive of every Ecology Law Currents article, organized by year of publication, and by subject category.

Currents articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats, and via HeinOnline.

Currents Articles by Volume

Volume 40 (2013)

Volume 39 (2012)

Volume 38 (2011)

Volume 37 (2010)

Volume 36 (2009)

Volume 35 (2008)

Currents Articles by Subject Category

Animal Law

Berkeley Law Symposia

Biodiversity

California

Climate Change

Energy

Environmental Justice

Forestry

Health

International

Land Management

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Policy & Politics

Science & Technology

Waste & Pollution

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Mickey's Beach, Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Photo by Max Baumhefner.

Mickey's Beach, Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Photo by Max Baumhefner

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