Volume 27

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 27

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Articles

John S. Applegate, THE TAMING OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE

John C. Dernbach, TARGETS, TIMETABLES, AND EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTING MECHANISMS: NECESSARY BUILDING BLOCKS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Barbara Stark, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND POSTMODERN INTERNATIONAL LAW: GREENER GLOBALIZATION?

Timothy Beatley & Richard C. Collins, AMERICANIZING SUSTAINABILITY: PLACE-BASED APPROACHES TO THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE

Notes

Derek Redmond, IMPORTING DEATH AS A PART OF FREE TRADE: AN ARGUMENT FOR A PROHIBITION ON THE IMPORTATION OF FOODS CONTAINING THE RESIDUE OF BANNED PESTICIDES

Edith Sanders, ALTERNATIVE RANCH EXPERIMENTS: BETTER THAN THE BLM

Issue 2

Articles

Nicholas A. Robinson, BEFOGGED VISION: INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE A DECADE AFTER RIO

Linda A. Malone & Scott Pasternack, EXERCISING ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND REMEDIES IN THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM

Paulette Stenzel, THE U.S. AND MEXICO SIN FRONTERAS- WITHOUT BORDERS: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FROM A LOCAL PERSPECTIVE

Notes
Emily Harwood, THE JORDAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: FREE TRADE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Issue 3

Articles

Steven G. Davison, THE AFTERMATH OF SWEET HOME CHAPTER: MODIFICATION OF WILDLIFE HABITAT AS A PROHIBITED TAKING IN VIOLATION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

Rebecca M. Bratspies, MYTHS OF VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE: LESSONS FROM THE STARLINK CORN FIASCO

Ekundayo B. George, Esq., WHOSE LINE IN THE SAND: CAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND NATIONAL SECURITY COEXIST, AND SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT BE HELD LIABLE FOR NOT ATTAINING THIS GOAL?

Notes

Jennifer L. Eastman, URBAN BIOSPHERE RESERVES: INTEGRATING CONSERVATION, COMMUNITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Laurina M. Spolidoro, AREA CONTINGENCY PLANS: IS THE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT ON A COLLISION COURSE WITH UNFETTERED OIL SPILL RESPONSE?

Daniel Ramish, GOVERNMENT REGULATORY INITIATIVES ENCOURAGING THE DEVELOPMENT AND SALE OF GAS/ELECTRIC HYBRID VEHICLES: TRANSFORMING HYBRIDS FROM A CURIOSITY TO AN INDUSTRY STANDARD

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