Volume 30

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 30

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Stephen Dycus, OSAMA’S SUBMARINE: NATIONAL SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AFTER 9/11

Patricia E. Salkin, GIS IN AN AGE OF HOMELAND SECURITY: ACCESSING PUBLIC INFORMATION TO ENSURE A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT

Edward H. Ziegler, AMERICAN CITIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE AGE OF GLOBAL TERRORISM: SOME THOUGHTS ON FORTRESS AMERICA AND THE POTENTIAL FOR DEFENSIVE DISPERSAL II

Notes
Brian Hendricks, IN PURSUIT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY COMPLIANCE: SHOULD WE FLEX THE “PUBLIC TRUST” ENHANCEMENT MUSCLE?

Daniel V. Mumford, CURBING CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS THROUGH THE REBIRTH OF PUBLIC NUISANCE LAWS- ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION BY THE COURTS

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

Issue 2

Articles

Sumudu Atapattu, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND TERRORISM: INTERNATIONAL LINKAGES AND A CASE STUDY OF SRI LANKA

Sanford E. Gaines, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Jeffrey Rudd, RESTRUCTURING AMERICA’S GOVERNMENT TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Notes
Jennifer Evans, TRANSBOUNDARY GROUNDWATER IN NEW MEXICO, TEXAS, AND MEXICO: STATE AND LOCAL LEGAL REMEDIES TO A CHALLENGE BETWEEN CITIES, STATES, AND NATIONS

L. Christophe Noland, THE GHOULS THAT WON’T GO AWAY- THE DIRE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES POSED BY THE GHOST FLEET IN THE JAMES RIVER

Issue 3

Article

Paulette L. Stenzel, PLAN PUEBLA PANAMA: AN ECONOMIC TOOL THAT THWARTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND FACILITIES TERRORISM


Essays

David Pimentel & Marcia Pimentel, BIOWEAPON IMPACTS ON PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Alice Stroud, A REVIEW OF THE ROLE OF THE CITES SECRETARIAT IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NON-DETRIMENT FINDING REQUIREMENT

Notes
Samuel R. Brumberg, GETTING THE CAMEL OUT OF THE TENT: BEHIND THE FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION’S RISE TO POWER AND THE IMPORTANCE OF STATE’S CONTINUED REGULATORY OVERSIGHT

Stephen McDonald, WHY VEETC IS NOT ENOUGH: PROTECTING THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Brian M. Hendricks, RECENT FOURTH CIRCUIT ENVIRONMENTAL JURISPRUDENCE

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