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Environmental Law

University of California, Hastings College of the Law

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Predicting Stream Vulnerability To Urbanization Stress With Bayesian Network Mode, Dave Owen, Kristen K. Weil, Christopher S. Cronen, Spencer R. Meyer, Robert J. Lilieholm, Thomas J. Danielson, Leonidas Tsomides Jan 2017

Predicting Stream Vulnerability To Urbanization Stress With Bayesian Network Mode, Dave Owen, Kristen K. Weil, Christopher S. Cronen, Spencer R. Meyer, Robert J. Lilieholm, Thomas J. Danielson, Leonidas Tsomides

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No abstract provided.


Introduction: Changing Law For A Changing Climate, David Takacs Jan 2015

Introduction: Changing Law For A Changing Climate, David Takacs

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No abstract provided.


Protecting Your Environment, Exacerbating Justice: Avoiding "Mandate Havens", David Takacs Jan 2014

Protecting Your Environment, Exacerbating Justice: Avoiding "Mandate Havens", David Takacs

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No abstract provided.


Forest Carbon (Redd+), Repairing International Trust, And Reciprocal Contractual Sovereignty, David Takacs Jan 2013

Forest Carbon (Redd+), Repairing International Trust, And Reciprocal Contractual Sovereignty, David Takacs

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No abstract provided.


Carbon Into Gold: Forest Carbon Offsets, Climate Change Adaptation, And International Law, David Takacs Jan 2009

Carbon Into Gold: Forest Carbon Offsets, Climate Change Adaptation, And International Law, David Takacs

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No abstract provided.


The Public Trust Doctrine, Environmental Human Rights, And The Future Of Private Property, David Takacs Jan 2008

The Public Trust Doctrine, Environmental Human Rights, And The Future Of Private Property, David Takacs

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No abstract provided.


The Endangered Species Act: Reform Or Refutation?, Brian E. Gray Jan 2007

The Endangered Species Act: Reform Or Refutation?, Brian E. Gray

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No abstract provided.


International Decisions–Guatemala Genocide Case, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 2006

International Decisions–Guatemala Genocide Case, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


Addressing Human Rights Abuses: Truth Commissions And The Value Of Amnesty, Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Peter A. Schey, Dinah L. Shelton Jan 1997

Addressing Human Rights Abuses: Truth Commissions And The Value Of Amnesty, Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Peter A. Schey, Dinah L. Shelton

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No abstract provided.


Protecting The Environment: Finding The Balance Between Delaney And Free Play, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., Howard Kunreuther Jan 1997

Protecting The Environment: Finding The Balance Between Delaney And Free Play, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., Howard Kunreuther

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No abstract provided.


Compliance With Private Voluntary Agreements: The Example Of The International Organization For Standardization's Iso 14000, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1997

Compliance With Private Voluntary Agreements: The Example Of The International Organization For Standardization's Iso 14000, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


International Human Rights Law In United States Courts: Professor Riesenfeld's Contributions, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1997

International Human Rights Law In United States Courts: Professor Riesenfeld's Contributions, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


The Committee On The Regions And The Role Of Regional Governments In The European Union, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1997

The Committee On The Regions And The Role Of Regional Governments In The European Union, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


Developing Countries, Regional Organizations, And The Iso 14001 Environmental Management Standard, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1997

Developing Countries, Regional Organizations, And The Iso 14001 Environmental Management Standard, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


Economic Incentives And Nonpoint Source Pollution: A Case Study Of California's Grasslands Region, Brian E. Gray, Chelsea H. Congdon, Terry F. Young Jan 1995

Economic Incentives And Nonpoint Source Pollution: A Case Study Of California's Grasslands Region, Brian E. Gray, Chelsea H. Congdon, Terry F. Young

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No abstract provided.


Shifting The Point Of Regulation: The International Organization For Standardization And Global Lawmaking On Trade And The Environment, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1995

Shifting The Point Of Regulation: The International Organization For Standardization And Global Lawmaking On Trade And The Environment, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


Challenges To Environmental Law, John D. Leshy Jan 1995

Challenges To Environmental Law, John D. Leshy

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No abstract provided.


Longterm Strategies In Japanese Environmental Litigation, Setsuo Miyazawa Jan 1993

Longterm Strategies In Japanese Environmental Litigation, Setsuo Miyazawa

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Japan's reputation for unusually strong emphasis on the avoidance of public conflict and therefore for de-emphasis of legal institutions suggests an arid, hostile environment for litigators, especially those who lack substantial resources. In a study of a quasi-class action lawsuit by Japanese air pollution victims, we find that litigation can be developed as a tool in the pursuit of a social movement's wider objectives despite the paucity of resources within the Japanese legal system. Our research documents the many ways in which the delays, obstacles, and costs that characterize the litigation environment in Japan have been either neutralized ...


Trade And Environment: An Environmentalist View, Naomi Roht-Arriaza Jan 1992

Trade And Environment: An Environmentalist View, Naomi Roht-Arriaza

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No abstract provided.


Foreward: Some Thoughts On International Environmental Law From The Perspective Of A Domestic Practitioner, Brian E. Gray Jan 1991

Foreward: Some Thoughts On International Environmental Law From The Perspective Of A Domestic Practitioner, Brian E. Gray

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No abstract provided.


Interlocutory Injunctive Relief In Environmental Cases: A Primer For The Practitioner, John D. Leshy Jan 1977

Interlocutory Injunctive Relief In Environmental Cases: A Primer For The Practitioner, John D. Leshy

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No abstract provided.