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(Southern California Law Review, 2008)
The central problem confronting climate change scholars and policymakers is how to create incentives for China and the United States to make prompt, large emissions reductions. China recently surpassed the United States ...
In Appreciation of the Tarlock Effect
(Chicago-Kent Law Review, 2018)
So, what is one to do about The Tarlock Effect? It didn't take long for me to realize early in my academic career-well before my foray into climate change adaptation policy-that there's just no escaping it. So I learned ...
Order Without Social Norms
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2005)
This Article tackles a leading problem confronting norms theorists and regulators: how can the law induce changes in behavior when the material costs to the individual outweigh the benefits and there is no close-knit ...
The Rutabaga That Ate Pittsburgh
(Virginia Law Review, 1986)
When the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) first approved a field test of a bioengineered microbe, one EPA official remarked: "We're not expecting this to be the rutabaga that eats Pittsburgh.' But regulators cannot ...
Micro-Offsets and Macro-Transformation
(Harvard Environmental Law Review, 2009)
We have been asked to examine climate change justice by discussing the methods of allocating the costs of addressing climate change among nations. Our analysis suggests that climate and justice goals cannot be achieved by ...
Keynote: Motivating Private Climate Governance
(Arkansas Law Review, 2018)
In response to the shrinking federal role in environmental protection, many policy advocates have focused on the role of states and cities, but this symposium focuses on another important source of sustainability initiatives: ...
Environmental Protection Requires More than Social Justice
(The Regulatory Review, 2018-10-01)
Achieving the green economy requires taking into account divisive politics and distributive justice.
(Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 2003)
Social norms scholarship faces the challenge of becoming a mature discipline. Norms theorists have proposed several elegant, widely applicable theories of the origin, evolution and function of norms. For the most part, ...
Climate Change Governance
(New York University Environmental Law Journal, 2010)
This article provides a critical missing piece to the global climate change governance puzzle: how to create incentives for the major developing countries to reduce carbon emissions. The major developing countries are ...
(Virginia Environmental Law Journal, 2008)
A substantial proportion of the United States population is at or below the poverty level, yet many of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction measures proposed or adopted to date will increase the costs of energy, motor ...