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Contemporary Water Issues, Susan Kelly Nov 2009

Contemporary Water Issues, Susan Kelly

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Land & Water Planning: Another State's Perspective - Water Resources Regional Plan Policies, Kathleen M. Chavez, P.E. Oct 2009

Land & Water Planning: Another State's Perspective - Water Resources Regional Plan Policies, Kathleen M. Chavez, P.E.

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Rain Follows The Plow: An Introduction To The Issue, Paul Stanton Kibel, Philip D. Batchelder Oct 2009

Rain Follows The Plow: An Introduction To The Issue, Paul Stanton Kibel, Philip D. Batchelder

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Thresholds And The Mismatch Between Environmental Laws And Ecosystems, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Michael J. Bean, David Lindenmayer, David S. Wilcove Jul 2009

Thresholds And The Mismatch Between Environmental Laws And Ecosystems, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Michael J. Bean, David Lindenmayer, David S. Wilcove

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A Case Study Of Environmental Justice Work In West Oakland, Helen H. Kang May 2009

A Case Study Of Environmental Justice Work In West Oakland, Helen H. Kang

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Ecological Flows In New Mexico - It Has Been Done, Adrian Oglesby May 2009

Ecological Flows In New Mexico - It Has Been Done, Adrian Oglesby

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Steps To Flow Restoration: Lessons From The Northwest, Reed D. Benson May 2009

Steps To Flow Restoration: Lessons From The Northwest, Reed D. Benson

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New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act: Cooperative Action For Native Species Recovery, Stephanie Carman, David Propst May 2009

New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act: Cooperative Action For Native Species Recovery, Stephanie Carman, David Propst

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The Pragmatics Of Allocating Water For Stream Flows, Steve Harris May 2009

The Pragmatics Of Allocating Water For Stream Flows, Steve Harris

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Why Ceqa Exemption Decisions Need Additional Notice Requirements, Deborah N. Behles Jan 2009

Why Ceqa Exemption Decisions Need Additional Notice Requirements, Deborah N. Behles

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This article will initially describe CEQA, its exemptions, and the lack of notice requirements for exemption decisions. Next, this article will set forth the reasons why additional notice provisions are necessary to protect communities from agencies erroneously exempting projects that adversely impact the environment from environmental review. Lastly, this article will propose guidelines for projects that should require additional notice, explain how to implement them, and outline the information the notice should contain.


The New Race: Speeding Up Climate Change Innovation, Deborah N. Behles Jan 2009

The New Race: Speeding Up Climate Change Innovation, Deborah N. Behles

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This article will initially summarize the current climate change regulatory environment and the need for innovation. It will then discuss why current intellectual property policies fail to encourage innovation to the extent needed. Finally, this article will examine various proposals for improving our intellectual property system in the area of climate change and recommend initial steps the U.S. could take to encourage the development and disclosure of climate change innovations by balancing economic incentives for innovation with the need to quickly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Pursuing Environmental Justice: Obstacles And Opportunities - Lessons From The Field, Helen H. Kang Jan 2009

Pursuing Environmental Justice: Obstacles And Opportunities - Lessons From The Field, Helen H. Kang

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This article argues that the clinic‘s clients and similarly situated grassroots groups pursue litigation because the laws do not adequately protect them from pollution at the neighborhood level. Environmental lawsuits filed by such groups result from the conclusion that there is "too much" pollution in the neighborhood—there is elevated background pollution, violations of environmental laws contribute to excess pollution, and litigation is one of the few ways to redress the distributive injustice resulting from pollution created by multiple sources.