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Climate Change Adaptation and the Structural Transformation of Environmental Law
(Environmental Law, 2010)
The path of environmental law has come to a cliff called climate change, and there is no turning around. As climate change policy dialogue emerged in the 1990s, however, the perceived urgency of attention to mitigation ...
Manifesto for the Radical Middle
(Idaho Law Review, 2002)
This article advocates an active, concerted strategy for staking out the middle ground in environmental policy. The middle ground - the domain of "middle of the roaders" - has conventionally been defined by compromise, and ...
Is the Endangered Species Act Ecopragmatic?
(Minnesota Law Review, 2003)
The Article evaluates the Endangered Species Act using Dan Farber's theory of eco-pragmatism. Eco-pragmatism employs environmental baselines, a moderated precautionary principle, and adaptive management to mediate environmental ...
Endangered Species Act Innovations in the Post-Babbittonian Era--Are There Any?
(Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, 2004)
One of the mysteries of environmental policy in the Bush Administration will be how and why it squandered an opportunity to continue market-based administrative reforms of the Endangered Species Act begun, ironically, in ...