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Land Use, Science, And Spirituality: The Search For A True And Lasting Relationship With The Land, Charles Wilkinson Jan 2000

Land Use, Science, And Spirituality: The Search For A True And Lasting Relationship With The Land, Charles Wilkinson

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The Most Creative Moments In The History Of Environmental Law: "The Whats", William H. Rodgers, Jr. Jan 2000

The Most Creative Moments In The History Of Environmental Law: "The Whats", William H. Rodgers, Jr.

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In preparation for this symposium piece, Professor Rodgers asked a number of his colleagues active in the field of environmental law to identify what they considered to be the most creative moments in the history of environmental law. He gave no specific instructions with his request other than providing a definition of what he considered to be a creative moment: "A legal initiative that advances environmental law with a new level of analysis, new structure, or new institutional bridge. "

This article is a compilation of the numerous responses the author received. The responses formulate a detailed and informative description of ...


The Myth Of The Win-Win: Misdiagnosis In The Business Of Reassembling Nature, William H. Rodgers, Jr. Jan 2000

The Myth Of The Win-Win: Misdiagnosis In The Business Of Reassembling Nature, William H. Rodgers, Jr.

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This Article starts with a closer than customary look at the most serious obstacle to the ambitious campaign of environmental restoration that is the focus of this Symposium. That obstacle is the human brain.

The Article contends that human cognitive processes are marvelous designers of serviceable self-deceptions. In the war on nature that we witnessed in the twentieth century the most functional of these is the firm belief in a non-zero sum world. This is the conviction that gains from economic development could be enjoyed without sacrifice of the natural world.

This is a convenient, powerful, and serviceable myth although ...


Federalism In The Era Of International Standards: Federal And State Government Regulation Of Merchant Vessels In The United States (Part Iv), Craig H. Allen Jan 2000

Federalism In The Era Of International Standards: Federal And State Government Regulation Of Merchant Vessels In The United States (Part Iv), Craig H. Allen

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U.S. Constitutional Law--Federal Jurisdiction---Environmental Law--Maritime Law--State Regulation Of Shipping For Pollution--Control Purposes--Federal Preemption United States V. Locke. 120 S.Ct. 1135. Supreme Court Of The United States, March 6, 2000., Patrick O. Gudridge Jan 2000

U.S. Constitutional Law--Federal Jurisdiction---Environmental Law--Maritime Law--State Regulation Of Shipping For Pollution--Control Purposes--Federal Preemption United States V. Locke. 120 S.Ct. 1135. Supreme Court Of The United States, March 6, 2000., Patrick O. Gudridge

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Climate Change: The Next Dimension, Lakshman Guruswamy Jan 2000

Climate Change: The Next Dimension, Lakshman Guruswamy

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The Annihilation Of Sea Turtles: Wto Intransigence And U.S. Equivocation, Lakshman Guruswamy Jan 2000

The Annihilation Of Sea Turtles: Wto Intransigence And U.S. Equivocation, Lakshman Guruswamy

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Environmentalism, Human Rights And Indigenous Peoples: A Tale Of Converging And Diverging Interests, S. James Anaya Jan 2000

Environmentalism, Human Rights And Indigenous Peoples: A Tale Of Converging And Diverging Interests, S. James Anaya

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A Case Study In The Intersection Of Law And Science: The 1999 Report Of The Committee Of Scientists, Charles F. Wilkinson Jan 2000

A Case Study In The Intersection Of Law And Science: The 1999 Report Of The Committee Of Scientists, Charles F. Wilkinson

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