Volume 28


William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 28

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

SYMPOSIUM ISSUE I
PESTICIDES: WHAT WILL THE FUTURE REAP?

Articles

Pep Fuller & Thomas O. McGarity, BEYOND THE DIRTY DOZEN: THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION’S CAUTIOUS APPROACH TO LISTING NEW PERSISTENT ORGANIZE POLLUTANTS AND THE FUTURE OF THE STOCKHOLM CONVENTION

Andrew P. Morriss & Roger E. Meiners, MARKET PRINCIPLES FOR PESTICIDES

Notes

Christopher R. Clements, NO BLOOD FOR OIL? UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY, OIL, AND THE ARCTIC WILDLIFE REFUGE

Spencer M. Wiegard, THE BROWNFIELDS ACT: PROVIDING RELIEF FOR THE INNOCENT OR NEW HURDLES TO AVOID CERCLA LIABILITY

Justin W. Stemple, TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT: THE SUPREME COURT’S REGULATORY TAKINGS JURISPRUDENCE AFTER TAHOE-SIERRA

Issue 2

SYMPOSIUM ISSUE II
PESTICIDES: WHAT WILL THE FUTURE REAP?

Articles
Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL YOU?!: EPA’S ONGOING STRUGGLE WITH DATA FROM THIRD-PARTY PESTICIDE TOXICITY STUDIES USING HUMAN SUBJECTS

Kristina Thayer & Jane Houlihan, PESTICIDES, HUMAN HEALTH, AND THE FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT

Pierre Mineau, BIRDS AND PESTICIDES: ARE PESTICIDE REGULATORY DECISIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE PROTECTION AFFORDED MIGRATORY BID SPECIES UNDER THE MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT?

Sidney A. Shapiro, THE INFORMATION QUALITY ACT AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: THE PERILS OF REFORM BY APPROPRIATIONS RIDER

Michael T. Palmer, THE CHESAPEAKE BAY RESTORATION ACT OF 2000: NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES

Avi Brisman, DOUBLE WHAMMY: COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF CONVICTION AND IMPRISONMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Notes

E. Carter Chandler, LOGGERHEAD TURTLE v. COUNTY COUNCIL: THE FUTURE OF FEE SHIFTING IN ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION?

Linda Beebe, IN RE STARLING CORN: THE LINK BETWEEN GENETICALLY DAMAGED CROPS AND AN INADEQUATE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Issue 3

Articles

Rober F. Blomquist, IN SEARCH OF THEMIS: TOWARD THE MEANING OF THE IDEAL LEGISLATOR- SENATOR EDMUND S. MUSKIE AND THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, 1965-1968

Lucia A. Silecchia, ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF NEPA AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING: ECOLOGICAL GUIDANCE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Laura Hartt, NEW MEXICO CATTLE GROWERS ASSOCIATION V. UNITED STATES FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICEAND OTHER EFFORTS TO UNDERMINE CRITICAL HABITAT DESIGNATION ESSENTIAL FOR SPECIES RECOVERY

Essay

Andrew Wolman, REVIEW OF CONSERVATION PAYMENT INITIATIVES IN LATIN AMERICA: CONSERVATION CONCESSIONS, CONSERVATION INCENTIVE AGREEMENT AND PERMIT RETIREMENT SCHEMES

Notes

Nate Cihlar, THE NAVY AND LOW FREQUENCY ACTIVE SONAR: STRIPPING THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT OF ITS AUTHORITY

Ethan Shaner, BALANCING CURRENT AND FUTURE DEMANDS FOR COLORADO RIVER WATER WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

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