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Testimony Before The U.S. House Committee On Agriculture On The “Discussion Draft: The Derivatives Market Transparency And Accountability Act Of 2009.”, Michael Greenberger Jan 2009

Testimony Before The U.S. House Committee On Agriculture On The “Discussion Draft: The Derivatives Market Transparency And Accountability Act Of 2009.”, Michael Greenberger

Congressional Testimony

Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Agriculture. 111th Congress, 1st Session (2009).


Testimony Of Michael Greenberger Before The Commodity Futures Trading Commission On “Excessive Speculation: Position Limits And Exemptions.”, Michael Greenberger Jan 2009

Testimony Of Michael Greenberger Before The Commodity Futures Trading Commission On “Excessive Speculation: Position Limits And Exemptions.”, Michael Greenberger

Congressional Testimony

Testimony before the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (August 5, 2009).


Island Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (H. Milton Wagner, Et Al. V. Mayor And City Council Of Baltimore, 1956), Brandy Reazer, Scott Yager Jan 2009

Island Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (H. Milton Wagner, Et Al. V. Mayor And City Council Of Baltimore, 1956), Brandy Reazer, Scott Yager

Legal History Publications

Court of Appeals of Maryland. H. Milton Wagner, Jr., Amelia W. Sutton, Florence C. Mulligan et al. v. City of Baltimore is an appeals case that started in Anne Arundel County, Maryland in 1916 over an island that was at one point in Maryland state history part of Anne Arundel County. A land patent was issued to John P. Bruns in 1909 and later sold to H. Milton Wager, Sr. The island in question, known as Reed Bird Island, was surveyed in 1908 by the County Surveyor of Anne Arundel County. The land was not found to be covered by ...


Sustainable Harvest, Natalie Baughman, Lisetta Silvestri, Kim Stefanski, Lynne Mcchrystal Jan 2009

Sustainable Harvest, Natalie Baughman, Lisetta Silvestri, Kim Stefanski, Lynne Mcchrystal

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A review of the role that small farms and local agriculture play in creating a sustainable environment.


Urban Legends Of The Inner Harbor, Andrew Keir, Eric Hergenroeder, Chris Montague-Breakwell, Daniella Einik, Patrick Smith Jan 2009

Urban Legends Of The Inner Harbor, Andrew Keir, Eric Hergenroeder, Chris Montague-Breakwell, Daniella Einik, Patrick Smith

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Examines the toxicity of water in Baltimore's Inner Harbor and efforts to clean up sewage and trash that result from runoff.


Gunpowder Riverkeeper, Talley Kovacs, Brooke O'Hanley Jan 2009

Gunpowder Riverkeeper, Talley Kovacs, Brooke O'Hanley

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Investigates the impact of surface mining on a local community and the river that flows through it.


Greenco, Kim Myers, Scott Yager Jan 2009

Greenco, Kim Myers, Scott Yager

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A fictional commercial break that focuses on environmental issues by parodying well known advertisements.


Marvesta Shrimp, Eva Cabot, Aminah Famili, Jesse Iliff, Emily Lipps, Megan Mueller, Limor Weizmann Jan 2009

Marvesta Shrimp, Eva Cabot, Aminah Famili, Jesse Iliff, Emily Lipps, Megan Mueller, Limor Weizmann

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Tells the story of a local shrimp farm and how it works to minimize the environmental effects of that industry.


There Doesn't Have To Be Blood, Jordan Vardon Jan 2009

There Doesn't Have To Be Blood, Jordan Vardon

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Explores the application of "portfolio theory" as a method for assessing the value of investing in solar energy development versus traditional energy sources.


The Emergence Of Global Environmental Law, Tseming Yang, Robert V. Percival Jan 2009

The Emergence Of Global Environmental Law, Tseming Yang, Robert V. Percival

Faculty Scholarship

With the global growth of public concern about environmental issues over the last several decades, environmental legal norms have become increasingly internationalized. This development has been reflected both in the surge of international environmental agreements as well as the growth and increased sophistication of national environmental legal systems around the world. The result is the emergence of a set of legal principles and norms regarding the environment, such that one can arguably describe it as a body of law. After exploring the diverse forces that are contributing to the emergence of what we call “global environmental law,” this Article considers ...