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What Happens When the Green New Deal Meets the Old Green Laws?
(Vermont Law Review, 2020)
The multi-faceted infrastructure goals of the Green New Deal will be impossible to achieve in the desired time frames if the existing federal, state, and local siting and environmental protection statutory regimes are ...
Ecosystem Services and Federal Public Lands: A Quiet Revolution in Natural Resources Management
(University of Colorado Law Review, 2020)
The major federal public land management agencies (the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Park Service, Fish & Wildlife Service, and Department of Defense) have increasingly adopted a language that did not exist ...
Introduction: Governing Wicked Problems
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2020)
"Wicked problems." It just says it all. Persistent social problems--poverty, food insecurity, climate change, drug addiction, pollution, and the list goes on--seem aptly condemned as wicked. But what makes them wicked, and ...
A Global Assessment of the Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services
(University of Queensland Law Journal, 2020)
This article assesses the approaches that different national governments have employed to provide and conserve ecosystem services, focusing on policy instruments and common-law court decisions. Applying the lessons learned ...