Volume 35

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 35

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Articles

Joel B. Eisen,   CHINA’S RENEWABLE ENERGY LAW: A PLATFORM FOR GREEN LEADERSHIP?

Joshua P. Fershee, WHEN PRAYER TRUMPS POLITICS: THE POLITICS AND DEMOGRAPHICS OF RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS

Ivan Gold & Nidhi Thakar, A SURVEY OF STATE RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS: SQUARE PEGS FOR ROUND CLIMATE CHANGE HOLES?

David G. Loomis & Adrienne Ohler, ARE RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS A POLICY CURE-ALL?: A CASE STUDY OF ILLINOIS’S EXPERIENCE

Notes

Bradford T. Bartels, WALL STREET WALK DEAD END FOR CHESAPEAKE CLEANUP?

Michael S. Munson, AVERTING NUCLEAR 9/11: THE NEED TO MOVE BEYOND NEPA AND TRANSITION TO A HOMELAND SECURITY-ADMINISTERED INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY STATEMENT

Sam Robinson, SO MUCH UP IN THE AIR: THE CARBON DIOXIDE DEBATE AND COAL PLANT PERMITTING IN VIRGINIA

Issue 2

Articles

David N. Cassuto & Rômulo S. R. Sampaio, WATER LAW IN THE UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL—CLIMATE CHANGE & TWO APPROACHES TO EMERGING WATER POVERTY

Sherry A. Enzler, HOW LAW MATTERED TO THE MONO LAKE ECOSYSTEM

John D. Pisaniello, A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICIES AND LAWS INVOLVING HAZARDOUS PRIVATE DAMS: ‘APPROPRIATE’ PRACTICE MODELS FOR SAFE CATCHMENTS

Laura A. W. Pratt, DECREASING DIRTY DUMPING? A REEVALUATION OF TOXIC WASTE COLONIALISM AND THE GLOBAL MANAGEMENT OF TRANSBOUNDARY HAZARDOUS WASTE

Notes

Derrick P. Fellows, KELO, CONSERVATION EASEMENTS, AND FOREVER: WHY EMINENT DOMAIN IS NOT A SUFFICIENT CHECK ON CONSERVATION EASEMENTS’ PERPETUAL DURATION

Andrew Boynton, ECO-PATENT COMMONS: A DONATION APPROACH ENCOURAGING INNOVATION WITHIN THE PATENT SYSTEM

Nathan Kent Miller, FINDING A NEW GREEN IN POSTWAR IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN: AN ARGUMENT FOR COOPERATION

Issue 3

Articles

Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, FOURTH-GENERATION ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: INTEGRATIONIST AND MULTIMODAL

Michael C. Blumm & Elizabeth B. Dawson, THE FLORIDA BEACH CASE AND THE ROAD TO JUDICIAL TAKINGS

Notes

Zachary T. Abel, GETTING HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION BACK ON TRACK: THE NEED FOR HAZMAT LIABILITY REFORM FOR RAIL CARRIERS

Scott Foster, BREAKING THE TRANSSUBSTANTIVE PLEADING MOLD: PUBLIC INTEREST ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION AFTER ASHCROFT V. IQBAL

Diana Kaneva, LET’S FACE FACTS, THESE MOUNTAINS WON’T GROW BACK:1 REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL COAL MINING IN APPALACHIA

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