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William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 36

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Symposium Articles

CHOOSING A BETTER PATH: THE MISGUIDED APPEAL OF INCREASED CRIMINAL LIABILITY AFTER DEEPWATER HORIZON: Joshua Fershee

THE BP DEEPWATER HORIZON: A CAUTIONARY TALE FOR CCS, HYDROFRACKING, GEOENGINEERING AND OTHER EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES WITH ENVIRONMENTAL AND HUMAN HEALTH RISKS Mark A. Latham

TOO BIG TO OBEY: WHY BP SHOULD BE DEBARRED: Rena Steinzor & Anne Havemann

Articles

HERE COMES THE SUN: SOLAR POWER PARITY WITH FOSSIL FUELS: Nathan Mee & Marc Miller

EVOLVING LAW AND POLICY FOR FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICE MARKETS: Martin W. Doyle & Todd BenDor

Notes

THE SLIPPERY SHELF: CEDING THE PUBLIC TRUST TO ADMINISTRATIVE AMBIVALENCE IN OFFSHORE DEVELOPMENT: Rachel Ganong

INDIA’S NUCLEAR CIVIL LIABILITY BILL AND SUPPLIER’S LIABILITY: ONE STEP TOWARDS MODERNIZING THE OUTDATED INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR LIABILITY REGIME: Arya Hariharan

THE PUBLIC PORE SPACE: ENABLING CARBON CAPTURE AND SEQUESTRATION BY RECONCEPTUALIZING SUBSURFACE PROPERTY RIGHTS: James Robert Zadick

Issue 2

Articles

EFFECTIVENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: WHAT DOES THE EVIDENCE TELL US?: Michael Faure

LEGAL AND REGULATORY IMPEDIMENTS TO VEHICLE-TO-GRID AGGREGATION: Matthew Hutton & Thomas Hutton

NEPA AND THE “BENEFICIAL IMPACT” EIS: Shaun A. Goho

EXPORTING WASTE: REGULATION OF THE EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES FROM THE UNITED STATES: Jeffrey M. Gaba

MITIGATING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: DESIGNING A DYNAMIC CONVENTION TO COMBAT A DYNAMIC RISK: Phillip M. Kannan

Notes

MAKING SOFT INFRASTRUCTURES A REALITY IN
NEW YORK CITY: INCORPORATING UNCONVENTIONAL
STORM DEFENSE SYSTEMS AS SEA LEVELS RISE: Lauren Coleman

A WIN-WIN SCENARIO: USING THE GOLD STANDARD TO IMPROVE THE WORLD CUP’S GREEN GOAL INITIATIVE: Allison A. Kotula

WE DIDN’T START THE FIRE . . . AND WE WON’T PAY TO
STOP IT: FINANCING WILDFIRE MANAGEMENT IN
AMERICA’S WILDLAND-URBAN INTERFACE: Garrett D. Trego

Issue 3

Articles

LOCAL PROMISE FOR CLIMATE MITIGATION: AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT: Uma Outka & Richard Feiock

AN INTEGRATED GREEN URBAN ELECTRICAL GRID: Deborah Behles

CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION, AND MIGRATION: A COMPLEX NEXUS: Mostafa Mahmud Naser

THE ANDEAN ELECTRICITY MARKET: A COMPETITION LAW ANALYSIS: Mateo Ferrero

Notes

HAVE WE ALL GONE BATTY? THE NEED FOR A BETTER BALANCE BETWEEN THE CONSERVATION OF PROTECTED SPECIES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY: Laura Householder

AT THE CROSSROADS: BALANCING PUBLIC EDUCATION AND WILDLIFE PROTECTION: Christopher Jackson

CLIMAGE CHANGE AND PUBLIC NUISANCE LAW: AEP V. CONNECTICUT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR STATE COMMON LAW ACTIONS: Jeffrey N. Stedman

GRAY WOLF RISING: WHY THE CLASH OVER WOLF MANAGEMENT IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES CALLS FOR CONGRESSIONAL ACTION TO DEFINE “RECOVERY” UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: W. Ryan Stephens

MINING MEGALITHS IN THE ARGENTINE ANDES: WHERE WILL VICTIMS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION FIND JUSTICE?: Catherine M. Wilmarth

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