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Third Annual Environmental Law And Justice Symposium Issue: Introduction, Randall S. Abate, Richard D. Schulterbrandt Gragg Iii Jan 2013

Third Annual Environmental Law And Justice Symposium Issue: Introduction, Randall S. Abate, Richard D. Schulterbrandt Gragg Iii

Florida A & M University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Good Policy, Good Food: Bringing A Just And Sustainable Food System To All, Mark Winne Jan 2013

Good Policy, Good Food: Bringing A Just And Sustainable Food System To All, Mark Winne

Florida A & M University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Mainstreaming Climate Change Into Public Policy Functions: Legal Options To Reinforce Sustainable Development Of Kenya, Robert Kibugi Jan 2013

Mainstreaming Climate Change Into Public Policy Functions: Legal Options To Reinforce Sustainable Development Of Kenya, Robert Kibugi

Florida A & M University Law Review

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Rights And Roles: Alaska Natives And Ocean And Coastal Subsistence Resources, Jordan Diamond, Greta Swanson, Kathryn Mengerink Jan 2013

Rights And Roles: Alaska Natives And Ocean And Coastal Subsistence Resources, Jordan Diamond, Greta Swanson, Kathryn Mengerink

Florida A & M University Law Review

This article explores the strengths and weaknesses of the two pillars of the framework for managing marine subsistence resources in Alaska: the pillar that protects Alaska Native rights to marine subsistence resources, and the pillar that protects the resources themselves. It focuses on how well the pillars support subsistence practices and Alaska Native leadership in the management framework. Part I summarizes the management challenge posed by the effects rapid climate change is causing in the Arctic, including impacts to the marine subsistence resources upon which Alaska Natives depend. Part II explores the laws and doctrines related to Alaska Native subsistence ...


Energy Security, Green Fleets, And Green Warriors, Jennifer Huang Jan 2013

Energy Security, Green Fleets, And Green Warriors, Jennifer Huang

Florida A & M University Law Review

The U.S. military, both our nation's largest consumer and securer of energy, can no longer be absolved of the high costs and environmental consequences of its reliance on conventional fuel sources and energy systems in the face of mounting evidence of unavoidable global warming and climate change. The oil-dependent U.S. national and energy security policies that have helped achieved American military and economic greatness are no longer sustainable; in fact, uncovering the hidden costs of our oil addiction reveals many insecurities. In order to progress towards true energy independence, the U.S. must overcome its congressional in-fighting ...


A Future Submerged: Implications Of Sea Level Rise For South Florida, Giselle Peruyera Jan 2013

A Future Submerged: Implications Of Sea Level Rise For South Florida, Giselle Peruyera

Florida A & M University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Thirsty For A Solution: Using The Rural Electrification Administration Model To Resolve The Failure Of Privatization Of Water Utilities In Bolivia, Michael Nichola Jan 2013

Thirsty For A Solution: Using The Rural Electrification Administration Model To Resolve The Failure Of Privatization Of Water Utilities In Bolivia, Michael Nichola

Florida A & M University Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Fresher Law: Amending The Florida Right To Farm Act To Include Urban Micro Farming As A Key Initiative To Promote Sustainability, Food Access, And Environmental Justice For Low-Income Communities, Cameryn Rivera Jan 2013

A Fresher Law: Amending The Florida Right To Farm Act To Include Urban Micro Farming As A Key Initiative To Promote Sustainability, Food Access, And Environmental Justice For Low-Income Communities, Cameryn Rivera

Florida A & M University Law Review

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Reconsidering A Weakened Regulation: A Critical Analysis Of Delisting In The Endangered Species Act, Crystal D. Anderson Jan 2013

Reconsidering A Weakened Regulation: A Critical Analysis Of Delisting In The Endangered Species Act, Crystal D. Anderson

Florida A & M University Law Review

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Up To Our Ears: Corn Overproduction, Its Environmental Toll, And Using The 2012 U.S. Farm Bill To Limit Corn Subsidies, Increase Environmental Protection Incentives, And Place Accountability On Crop Operations, Christopher Frump Jan 2013

Up To Our Ears: Corn Overproduction, Its Environmental Toll, And Using The 2012 U.S. Farm Bill To Limit Corn Subsidies, Increase Environmental Protection Incentives, And Place Accountability On Crop Operations, Christopher Frump

Florida A & M University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Underwater: The Need For Massachusetts To Become Climate Ready, Erica Mattison Jan 2013

Underwater: The Need For Massachusetts To Become Climate Ready, Erica Mattison

Florida A & M University Law Review

Massachusetts' longstanding vulnerability to flooding is on the verge of worsening due to expected impacts of climate change over the next several years. Although legislation has prompted the state to convene a multi-agency conversation on climate change adaptation, the work has yet to result in specific planning that will prime the state for reducing damage caused by flooding and other climate impacts. With renewed leadership, the state should prioritize flood risk in the policy agenda, launch a public awareness campaign, plan for infrastructure and state property investments, and facilitate municipal action. Since the issue cannot be adequately addressed by state ...