Volume 33

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 33

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Symposium Articles

Benjamin K. Sovacool & Christopher Cooper, NUCLEAR NONSENSE: WHY NUCLEAR POWER IS NO ANSWER TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE WORLD’S POST-KYOTO ENERGY CHALLENGES

Randall S. Abate, MASSACHUSETTS V. EPA AND THE FUTURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL STANDING IN CLIMATE CHANGE LITIGATION AND BEYOND

Andrew Long, INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS AND U.S. CLIMATE CHANGE LITIGATION

Articles

Prof. Dr. Michael G. Faure & Dr. Tom Vanden Borre, COMPENSATING NUCLEAR DAMAGE: A COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL LIABILITY SCHEMES

Vanessa M. Cordonnier, ETHANOL’S ROOTS: HOW BRAZILIAN LEGISLATION CREATED THE INTERNATIONAL ETHANOL BOOM

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Brian E. Maxted, DEVELOPING WIND POWER IN THE COMMONWEALTH: NO LONGER A QUIXOTIC QUEST TO BUILD WIND FARMS IN VIRGINIA

Stanimir N. Kostov, INCREASING THE ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN RUSSIA AND BULGARIA AS A TOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Issue 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Gerry J. Nagtzaam, THE INTERNATIONAL WHALING COMMISSION AND THE ELUSIVE GREAT WHITE WHALE OF PRESERVATIONISM

Faith R. Rivers, BRIDGING THE BLACK-GREEN-WHITE DIVIDE: THE IMPACT OF DIVERSITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Sam Kalen, THE DEVOLUTION OF NEPA: HOW THE APA TRANSFORMED THE NATION’S ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

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Federalist Society, ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: THE POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF THE REACTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Notes

Paul J. Karasick, CURB YOUR ECOTERRORISM: IDENTIFYING THE NEXUS BETWEEN STATE CRIMINALIZATION OF ECOTERROR AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICY

Angela C. Cupas, THE NOT-SO-SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT: WHY WE MUST REGULATE HYDRAULIC FRACTURING AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL

Issue 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles

Steven Ferrey, INVERTING THE LAW: SUPERFUND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LIABILITY AND SUPREME COURT REVERSAL OF ALL FEDERAL CIRCUITS

Stephen N. Bretsen & Peter J. Hill, WATER MARKETS AS A TRAGEY OF THE ANTICOMMONS

Craig A. Arnold, WATER PRIVATIZATION TRENDS IN THE UNITED STATES: HUMAN RIGHTS, NATIONAL SECURITY, AND PUBLIC STEWARDSHIP

Denise E. Antolini, NATIONAL PARK LAW IN THE U.S.: CONSERVATION, CONFLICT, AND CENTENNIAL VALUES

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Mark A. Pike, GREEN BUILDING RED-LIGHTED BY HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATIONS

Kate Celender, THE IMPACT OF FEEDLOT WASTE ON WATER POLLUTION UNDER THE NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES)

David E. Sella-Villa, GENTLY MODIFIED OPERATIONS: HOW ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS ADDRESSED THROUGH CUSTOMS PROCEDURES CAN SUCCESSFULLY RESOLVE THE US-EU GMO DISPUTE

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