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Pipelines & Power-Lines: Building The Energy Transport Future, James W. Coleman 2019 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Pipelines & Power-Lines: Building The Energy Transport Future, James W. Coleman

Faculty Scholarship

The United States is in the middle of three profound energy revolutions — with booming production of renewable power, natural gas, and oil. The country is replacing coal power with renewable and natural gas power, reducing pollution while saving consumers money. And it has dramatically cut its oil imports while becoming, for the first time in half a century, an important oil exporter. The U.S. is on the cusp of an energy transformation that will provide immense economic and environmental benefits.

This new energy economy will require massive investment in energy transport — especially power lines to bring wind and solar ...


Energy Competition: From Commodity To Boutique & Back, James W. Coleman 2019 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Energy Competition: From Commodity To Boutique & Back, James W. Coleman

Faculty Scholarship

Energy products such as power, gas, and oil have long been the world’s premier commodities. Consumers demand that power and fuel are available when they want it and they prefer to pay less for it. Few know or care where their fuel or power comes from. So for years energy companies believed that efforts to differentiate their products were mostly ineffective — they were re-signed to compete on price in fierce global commodity markets. But in recent years, a new focus on regulating how energy commodities are produced has begun to splinter previously integrated energy markets, creating markets for boutique ...


Developing Policy From The Ground Up: Examining Entitlement In The Bay Area To Inform California’S Housing Policy Debates, Moira O’Neill, Giulia Gualco-Nelson, Eric Biber 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Developing Policy From The Ground Up: Examining Entitlement In The Bay Area To Inform California’S Housing Policy Debates, Moira O’Neill, Giulia Gualco-Nelson, Eric Biber

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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“The Lord’S Work”: An Overview Of Ceqa’S Judicial Remedies And Recommendations For Reform, Michelle Ouellette, Ali Tehrani 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

“The Lord’S Work”: An Overview Of Ceqa’S Judicial Remedies And Recommendations For Reform, Michelle Ouellette, Ali Tehrani

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Cultural Property, Human Rights, And Sustainable Development: The Case Of The Ancient City Of Durrës, Helga Turku 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Cultural Property, Human Rights, And Sustainable Development: The Case Of The Ancient City Of Durrës, Helga Turku

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Governing Nature Conservation In Political “Hotbeds”: A Contractual Approach, Taufik Haryanto, Kai P. Purnhagen 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Governing Nature Conservation In Political “Hotbeds”: A Contractual Approach, Taufik Haryanto, Kai P. Purnhagen

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Suction Dredging In The United States: Current Regulations And Potential Paths Forward, Colin Arsenault 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Suction Dredging In The United States: Current Regulations And Potential Paths Forward, Colin Arsenault

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Crop Insurance Reform In The Face Of Climate Change, Perry Elerts 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Crop Insurance Reform In The Face Of Climate Change, Perry Elerts

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Clearing The Air: Disincentivizing Driving And Encouraging The Use Of Public Transportation To Combat Vehicle Pollution At A State Level, Michelle Castaline 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Clearing The Air: Disincentivizing Driving And Encouraging The Use Of Public Transportation To Combat Vehicle Pollution At A State Level, Michelle Castaline

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Thirsty For Justice: The Fight For Safe Drinking Water, Debi Ores 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Thirsty For Justice: The Fight For Safe Drinking Water, Debi Ores

Hastings Environmental Law Journal

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Ten Years Of Economic Analyses For The European Marine Strategy Framework Directive: Overview Of Experiences And Lessons Learned, Rob van der Veeren, Ann Kathrin Buchs, Günter Hörmandinger, Soile Oinonen, Conceição Santos, Max Vretborn 2018 Rijkswaterstaat

Ten Years Of Economic Analyses For The European Marine Strategy Framework Directive: Overview Of Experiences And Lessons Learned, Rob Van Der Veeren, Ann Kathrin Buchs, Günter Hörmandinger, Soile Oinonen, Conceição Santos, Max Vretborn

Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics

The European Marine Strategy Framework Directive, which came into force in 2008, requires from Member States inter alia to perform various (types of) economic analyses. In order to help Member States to implement this directive, the European working group on Economic and Social Analysis was initiated in 2009. This working group has developed various guidance documents which have been very useful in helping each other to understand the Directive and its requirements, to develop one language, to understand the pros and cons of various approaches, and to share experiences. However, up until now, outside of this working group this information ...


Mining For Answers: The Supreme Court Of California Addresses The State's Ability To Exercise Its Police Powers On Federal Land In People V. Rinehart, Rohan Mohanty 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Mining For Answers: The Supreme Court Of California Addresses The State's Ability To Exercise Its Police Powers On Federal Land In People V. Rinehart, Rohan Mohanty

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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The Native Species Protection Act: A Deceptively-Named Measure To Destroy The Endangered Species Act, Daniel Fors 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

The Native Species Protection Act: A Deceptively-Named Measure To Destroy The Endangered Species Act, Daniel Fors

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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New Jersey's Legal Duty To Manage Its Coastline In Preparation For The Wrath Of Climate Change, Sarah Weiss Rozalis 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

New Jersey's Legal Duty To Manage Its Coastline In Preparation For The Wrath Of Climate Change, Sarah Weiss Rozalis

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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Trust The Process? The Supreme Court Of Pennsylvania's Broad Interpretation Of The Environmental Rights Amendment Sent Shockwaves Through The Commonwealth In Pennsylvania Environmental Defense Foundation V. Commonwealth, Rebecca A. Cabrera 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Trust The Process? The Supreme Court Of Pennsylvania's Broad Interpretation Of The Environmental Rights Amendment Sent Shockwaves Through The Commonwealth In Pennsylvania Environmental Defense Foundation V. Commonwealth, Rebecca A. Cabrera

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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Standing Up For A Cleaner Town: How The Ehb's Broad Definition Of Standing In Friends Of Lackawanna V. Department Of Environmental Protection Expands Citizens' Appellate Rights, Zoey H. Lee 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Standing Up For A Cleaner Town: How The Ehb's Broad Definition Of Standing In Friends Of Lackawanna V. Department Of Environmental Protection Expands Citizens' Appellate Rights, Zoey H. Lee

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Alaska Oil & Gas Association V. Pritzker: The Court Foresees A Warm Future And Upholds Bearded Seals' Esa Listing, Shawna Riley 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Alaska Oil & Gas Association V. Pritzker: The Court Foresees A Warm Future And Upholds Bearded Seals' Esa Listing, Shawna Riley

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Surrogate Science And Judicial Deference To Agency Findings: How The Ninth Circuit Keeps Exemptions For Bioenergy On Track In Helping Hand Tools V. Epa, Joshua Schmid 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Surrogate Science And Judicial Deference To Agency Findings: How The Ninth Circuit Keeps Exemptions For Bioenergy On Track In Helping Hand Tools V. Epa, Joshua Schmid

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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No Harm, No Foul: How The Ninth Circuit's Decision In Ground Zero Center For Non-Violent Action V. United States Department Of The Navy Essentially Weakens The Eis As An Enforcement Mechanism Of Nepa, Kathryn T. Siegeltuch 2018 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

No Harm, No Foul: How The Ninth Circuit's Decision In Ground Zero Center For Non-Violent Action V. United States Department Of The Navy Essentially Weakens The Eis As An Enforcement Mechanism Of Nepa, Kathryn T. Siegeltuch

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Green Supply Chain Management: A Perspective On Best Practices In Gscm Design, Leroy Paddock, Natasha Rao 2018 George Washington University

Green Supply Chain Management: A Perspective On Best Practices In Gscm Design, Leroy Paddock, Natasha Rao

Arkansas Law Review

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