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Cradle-to-Cradle: The Elimination of Waste Introduction
Measuring Our Investment in the Carbon Status Quo: Case Study of New Oil Development in the Russian Arctic
Hidden in Plain Site: Public Perceptions of Environmental Justice in the 35th Avenue North Birmingham Superfund Site
Ecoscapes: The Future of Place-Based Ecological Restoration Laws
Adapting Energy and Environmental Policy for Climate Change
Rising Temps and Emerging Threats: the Intersection of Climate Change and National Security in the 21st Century Introduction
Up in the Air: Will California’s Methane Gas Mitigation Laws and Policies Lower Global Greenhouse Emissions?
MANAGING UNCERTAIN CAUSATION IN TOXIC EXPOSURE CASES: LESSONS FOR THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS FROM U.S. TOXIC TORT LITIGATION
ZEC Oscillations in the Commerce Clause
Keynote Address: Ecological Design
Ridgelines and the National Security Implications of Commercial Wind in Vermont
Cottage Foods as Radical Acts of Food Sovereignty: New Perspectives on US and EU Food Regulation
Pacific Environmental Migration in a Warming World: Is There an Obligation Beyond State Borders?
King Corn: Will the Renewable Fuel Standard Eventually End Corn Ethanol’s Reign
Rising Temps and Emerging Threats: the Intersection of Climate Change and National Security in the 21st Century
How Green is the “Green Rush”? Recognizing the Environmental Concerns Facing the Cannabis Industry
CANDIDATE CONSERVATION AGREEMENTS AND ESA LISTING DECISIONS: UNDERLYING INCENTIVES THAT DRIVE STAKEHOLDER BEHAVIOR
Net-Metered Infrastructure-Based Hydropower
EPA’s Role in Implementing and Maintaining the Oil and Gas Industry’s Environmental Exemptions: A Study in Three Statutes
Water Pollution in the Green Mountain State: A Case Study of Law, Science, and Culture in the Management of Public Water Resources
Vermont Law School’s Fifth Annual Alumni in Energy Symposium: Power to the People: Wires, Wind, and Resiliency Symposium Proceedings October 24, 2018
Transcript of the Federalist Society’s 2012 National Lawyers Convention: Environmental Law, Federalism, and the Energy Revolution: Can State and Federal Regulators Adapt to Innovations?
Adapting Water Law to Public Necessity: Reframing Climate Change Adaptation As Emergency Response and Preparedness
The Energy Pivot: How Military-Led Energy Innovation Can Change the World
Reconciling Environmental Justice with Climate Change Mitigation: A Case Study of NC Swine CAFOs
The Coastal Act, Power Plants, and the Case for “Undevelopment”
Keynote Address: 2017 VJEL Symposium
Externalizing the Costs of Hazardous Waste Production from the United States
The Hard Reality of Breaking Up: The Global Transboundary Movement of Ocean Vessel Demolition and Waste
Legal Impediments to Sustainable Architecture and Green Building Design
Adapting to Climate Change: Transbasin Water Diversions and an Example from the Missouri River Valley
Climate Extremes: Recent Trends with Implications for National Security
The Public Value of Ecological Agriculture
Exiled by Emissions—Climate Change Related Displacement and Migration in International Law: Gaps in Global Governance and the Role of the UN Climate Convention
A Comparison of E-Waste Extended Producer Responsibility Laws in the European Union and China
Analysis of the Practice of Water Pollution Public Interest Litigation: Based on Cases Handled by the Guangzhou Maritime Court
Finding a Dog That Will Hunt: Solutions for Interagency Permit Consultation Delays Related to Prevention of Significant Deterioration Permits in the Wake of Avenal Power Center v. EPA
Extraterritorial Condemnation for Open Space and Parks: A Look at Town of Telluride v. San Miguel Valley Corp.’s Effect on Colorado and the Mountain West
Fighting for Home in the Melting Arctic
Heat Up Those Leftovers, Not the Planet: How Combatting Food Waste Can Affect Climate Change
Who Certifies The Certifiers?
Framework of Laws and Policies on Renewable Energy and Relevant Systems in China Under the Background of Climate Change
Warm World, Cold Reception: Climate Change, National Security and Forced Migration
A Billion Grains of Truth: Distributional Impacts of Household-Level Climate Change Tax Subsidies in the United States
Agro-GMO Biosafety Legislation in China: Current Situation, Challenges, and Solutions
Climate Change, Gender, and Rethinking Military Operations
Protecting People Displaced by Weather-related Disasters and Climate Change: Experience from the Field
The Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is excited to announce our Fall 2019 symposium being held on October 25, 2019. The event will be held from 8am-5pm in Chase Community Center at Vermont Law School.
For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact symposium editors: SedonaChavez@vermontlaw.edu and AbigailHogan@vermontlaw.edu
Volume 21 Issue 4 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is now available! We hope you enjoy these articles about cutting-edge topics in environmental law!
Thank you to all who submitted their articles to the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law’s White River Environmental Law Writing Competition. We received 40 submissions covering novel legal issues in a variety of areas of environmental law. This year’s winner is Religion as Sword, but not as Shield: Rectifying the Estrangement of Environmentalism and Religious Liberty by Justin Amonetti and Christian Talley from the University of Virginia School of Law. Congratulations!
Volume 21 Issue 3 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is now available! We hope you enjoy these articles about cutting-edge topics in environmental law!
Volume 21 Issue 2 of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is now available! We hope you enjoy these articles about cutting-edge topics in environmental law!
Volume 20 Issue 2 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 Vermont and across the country on cutting-edge topics in environmental law. Enjoy!