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Airbnb And The Battle Between Internet Exceptionalism And Local Control Of Land Use, Stephen R. Miller Jan 2017

Airbnb And The Battle Between Internet Exceptionalism And Local Control Of Land Use, Stephen R. Miller

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Local Official And Climate Change, Stephen R. Miller Oct 2016

Local Official And Climate Change, Stephen R. Miller

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It is well-known that land use patterns can affect climate change—particularly the relation between land use development and transportation infrastructure. Yet even the most aggressive efforts to address climate change have largely ignored land use. This disconnect was noted in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s most recent series of reports, collectively known as the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). This Article, adapted from Chapter 5 of Contemporary Issues in Climate Change Law & Policy (ELI Press 2016), seeks to make insights into land use development from the AR5 more readily accessible to the U.S. local official, with emphasis ...


A Coordinated Approach To Food Safety And Land Use Law At The Urban Fringe, Stephen R. Miller Jan 2015

A Coordinated Approach To Food Safety And Land Use Law At The Urban Fringe, Stephen R. Miller

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Resilience And Law As A Theoretical Backdrop For Natural Resource Management: Flood Management In The Columbia River Basin, Barbara Cosens Jan 2012

Resilience And Law As A Theoretical Backdrop For Natural Resource Management: Flood Management In The Columbia River Basin, Barbara Cosens

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The 1964 Columbia River Treaty entered by the United States and Canada for mutual benefits in flood control and hydropower generation is under review in anticipation of expiration of certain flood control provisions in 2024. This Article asserts that nonstructural measures should be the primary focus of new expenditure on flood risk management in the Columbia River Basin over the next sixty-year period of treaty implementation to align flood risk management with management for ecosystem resilience. Resilience is the measure of the capacity of a system to maintain important functions, structures, identity, and feedback through adaptation in the face of ...


Energy Independence: Challenges Facing The West In Adopting Alternative And Renewable Energy Sources, Barbara Cosens Jan 2010

Energy Independence: Challenges Facing The West In Adopting Alternative And Renewable Energy Sources, Barbara Cosens

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