Volume 17 • Issue 3
The Carrots and Sticks of Sustainable Farming in Canada
Securing Access to Justice Through Environmental Courts and Tribunals: A Case in Diversity
Speaking for the Trees: Preventing Forest Fragmentation in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale Region Through Pipeline Siting
Compelled Costs Under CERCLA: Incompatible Remedies, Joint-and- Several Liability, and Tort Law
Convenient Textualism: Justice Scalia’s Legacy in Environmental Law
Mind the Gap: How to Promote Racial Diversity Among National Park Visitors
Volume 17, Issue 3 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is now available! We hope you enjoy reading these articles written by some of the forefront environmental minds in the country on topics including sustainable agricultural food production in Canada, the effectiveness of specialized environmental courts, fragmentation in Pennsylvania, the complications of a flawed test under Atlantic Research for those seeking to recover under CERCLA, and many more interesting articles!
We are back with our traditional EcoPerspectives giving you the latest in environmental news in an easy to read format. This week’s article, Federal Fracking Waste Regulatory Commission, or Nah?, was written by Curtis Morrison. The EcoPerspectives Blog is updated every two weeks on Mondays. Please enjoy!
Check out this new collaborative effort run by the nation’s leading environmental law reviews! Each week an article will be put out in this multi-school online forum highlighting important environmental issues. The next article is by Garrett M. Gee, a 2016 J.D. candidate from William & Mary Law School and staff editor of William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review. Gee’s article Primer on Rails-to-Trails Conversions in the Eastern U.S. can be read here !
The sixth annual Top 10 Environmental Watch List is now live. The Top 10 2016 list aims to highlight the top environmental controversies and issues likely to emerge in 2016. Please enlighten yourself on topics including the Volkswagen clean diesel scandal, EPA solutions to pollution from abandoned mines, the meaning of “waters of the United states” in the Clean Water Act, GMO food labeling, the Clean Power Plan, and much more!
The Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is pleased to announce Luis Inaraja Vera of New York University School of Law as the winner of the 2015 White River Environmental Law Writing Competition! The winning entry, “Compelled Costs Under CERCLA: Incompatible Remedies, Joint-and-Several Liability, and Tort Law,” will appear in our March issue. Congratulations, Luis!
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