Volume 34

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 34

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Symposium Articles

Timothy Beatley, BIOPHILIC URBANISM: INVITING NATURE BACK TO OUR COMMUNITIES AND INTO OUR LIVES

Carl J. Circo, SHOULD OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS OF LOW-PERFORMANCE BUILDING PAY IMPACT OR MITIGATION FEES TO FINANCE GREEN BUILDING INCENTIVE PROGRAMS AND OTHER SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

Stephen Del Percio, REVISTING ALLIED TUBE AND NOERR: THE ANTITRUST IMPLICATIONS OF GREEN BUILDING LEGISLATION & CASE LAW CONSIDERATIONS FOR POLICY MAKERS

John R. Nolon, THE LAND USE STABILIZATION WEDGE STRATEGY: SHIFTING GROUND TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE

Darren Prum, CREATING STATE INCENTIVES FOR COMMERCIAL GREEN BUILDINGS: DID THE NEVADA EXPERIENCE SET AN EXAMPLE OR ALTER THE APPROACH OF OTHER JURISDICTIONS?

Patricia E. Salkin, SUSTAINABILITY AND LAND USE PLANNING: GREENING STATE AND LOCAL LAND USE PLANS AND REGULATIONS TO ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES AND PRESERVE RESOURCES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

Shari Shapiro, WHO SHOULD REGULATE? FEDERALISM AND CONFLICT IN REGULATION OF GREEN BUILDING

Notes

Kevin Weigand, CLIMATE CHANGE DISCLOSURE: ENSURING THE VIABILITY OF THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY WHILE PROTECTING THE INVESTOR

Issue 2

Articles

Dr. Ranee Khooshie Lal Panjabi, THE PIRATES OF SOMALIA: OPPORTUNISTIC PREDATORS OR ENVIRONMENTAL PREY?

Elizabeth Burleson, CLIMATE CHANGE CONSENSUS: EMERGING INTERNATIONAL LAW

Roda Mushkat, COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGIMES: CHINESE LESSONS

James E. Holloway & Donald C. Guy, WEIGHING THE NEED TO ESTABLISH REGULATORY TAKINGS DOCTRINE TO JUSTIFY TAKINGS STANDARDS OF REVIEW AND PRINCIPLES

Notes

Jessica Hass, DON’T TAKE THE BAIT: WHY USDA ORGANIC CERTIFICATION IS WRONG FOR SALMON

Maggy J. Lewis, KEEPING AGRICULTURE ALIVE IN THE SHADOW OF A URANIUM MINE: POTENTIAL EFFECTS AND REGULATORY SOLUTIONS FOR VIRGINIA

Issue 3

Articles

Robert W. Adler, PRICELINE FOR POLLUTION: AUCTIONS TO ALLOCATE PUBLIC POLLUTION CONTROL DOLLARS

Susan A. Schneider, A RECONSIDERATION OF AGRICULTURAL LAW: A CALL FOR THE LAW OF FOOD, FARMING, AND SUSTAINABILITY

Paulette L. Stenzel, FREE TRADE AND SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH THE LENS OF NICARAGUA: HOW CAFTA-DR SHOULD BE AMENDED TO PROMOTE THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE

Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., ELECTRIC POWER IN A CARBON CONSTRAINED WORLD

Notes

Jessica B. Izzo, PC PETS FOR A PRICE: COMBATING ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL WILDLIFE CRIME THROUGH INTERNATIONAL HARMONIZATION AND AUTHORITATIVE POLICIES

Laura C. Reeder, CREATING A LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR REGULATION OF NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION FROM THE MARCELLUS SHALE FORMATION

Adrienne M. Sakyi, MITIGATION BANKING: IS STATE ASSUMPTION OF PERMITTING AUTHORITY MORE EFFECTIVE?