Volume 32

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 32

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Symposium Articles

W. Eugene Seago, THE EFFECTS OF THE VIRGINIA LAND PRESERVATION CREDIT ON FEDERAL TAXABLE INCOME: SHOULD THE RIGHT HAND TAKE FROM WHAT THE LEFT HAND GAVE?

Kimberly Hausbeck, THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD: THE SUCCESS OF THE STEWARDSHIP CONTRACTING AUTHORITY

Richard R. Wagner, ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONMAKING BY JUDGES IN THE UNITED STATES’ ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ADMINISTRATOR’S CIVIL PENALTY ASSESSMENT PROCESS: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE LAW?

Robert L. Fischman & Angela M. King, SAVINGS CLAUSES AND TRENDS IN NATURAL RESOURCES FEDERALISM

Julie E. Steiner, THE ILLEGALITY OF CONTINGENCY-FEE ARRANGEMENTS WHEN PROSECUTING PUBLIC NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE CLAIMS AND THE NEED FOR LEGISLATIVE REFORM

Bradley A. Ridlehoover, CONGRESS’S TAX INCENTIVES SEND MIXED SIGNALS FOR AUTOMOBILE BUYERS: SHOULD AMERICANS BUY GAS GUZZLERS OR HYBRIDS?

Timothy Kozlowski, DAMS AND LEVEES ARE NOT ENOUGH: THE CASE FOR RECOGNIZING A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST NON-COMPLYING NFIP COMMUNITIES

Issue 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, SEEKING A SEAT AT THE TABLE: HAS LAW LEFT ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS BEHINDS AS IT EMBRACES BIOETHICS

Kenneth M. Murchison, WAIVERS OF IMMUNITY IN FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL STATUTES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: CORRECTING A CONFUSING MESS

Joel B. Eisen, BROWNFIELDS AND BRAC: A SURPRISING “COMPATIBILITY”

Madeline June Kass, A LEAST BAD APPROACH FOR INTERPRETING ESA STEALTH PROVISIONS

Notes

Carrie C. Boyd, EXPANDING THE ARSENAL FOR SENTENCING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES: WOULD THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WORK?

Thomas William Bruno, BRINGING SEXY BRAC: THE CASE FOR ALLOWING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP IN THE MILITARY BASE CLOSURE AND REDEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Issue 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Scott Andrew Bowman & Danaya C. Wright, CHARITABLE DEDUCTIONS FOR RAIL-TRAIL CONVERSIONS: RECONCILING THE PARTIAL INTEREST RULE AND THE NATIONAL TRAILS SYSTEM ACT

Ronald H. Rosenberg, MAKING RENEWABLE ENERGY A REALITY-FINDING WAYS TO SITE WIND POWER FACILITIES

Alan Carlin, WHY A DIFFERENT APPROACH IS REQUIRED IF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE IS TO BE CONTROLLED EFFICIENTLY OR EVEN AT ALL

Joel R. Reynolds, SUBMARINES, SONAR, AND THE DEATH OF WHALES: ENFORCING THE DELICATE BALANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN MILITARY TRAINING

Marcilynn A. Burke, GREEN PEACE? PROTECTING OUR NATIONAL TREASURES WHILE PROVIDING FOR OUR NATIONAL SECURITY

Transcripts

Federalist Society, ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES

Note

Jennifer C. White, CONSERVING THE UNITED STATES’ CORAL REEFS: NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATION TO AFFORD GREATER PROTECTION FOR CORAL REEFS IN FOUR NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES

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