Volume 16 • Issue 1
Utah’s Transfer of Public Lands Act: Demanding a Gift of Federal Lands
Rock-Koshkonong Lake District and the Surprising Narrowing of Wisconsin’s Public Trust Doctrine
EB-5 as an Instrument of Sustainable Capitalism
Adding Fuel to the Flames: Why EPA’s New Source Review Program under the Clean Air Act Exacerbates Lead Pollution in Lead Nonattainment Areas
A Vision or a Waking Dream: Revising the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to Empower Citizens and Address Modern Threats to Avian Populations
The very first Issue of Volume 16 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law has been published for your enjoyment. Dive into impressively thorough and compelling legal articles discussing timely topics including Utah’s Transfer of Public Lands Act, Wisconsin’s recent alteration of the public trust doctrine, using EB-5 as a vehicle for sustainable development, lead non-attainment areas under the Clean Air Act, and potential revisions to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, written by some of the best and brightest legal minds in the country.
The Journal is proud to announce the very first White River Environmental Law Writing Competition. The winning essay will receive a $1000 cash prize and an offer of publication in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Additional submissions may also receive offers of publication. Essay entries can address any relevant topic in environmental law. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 PM on December 10, 2014. We look forward to reading your submissions!
The Journal is pleased to unveil EcoPerspectives. This week’s blog post is entitled The Toledo Water Ban: More Money, More Chemicals, More Problems by Victoria M. Scozzaro, a 1L student at Vermont Law School pursuing both a Juris Doctor and a Masters in Environmental Law and Policy. Biweekly EcoPerspectives updates are posted every other Monday.
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