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Reconstructing the Wall of Virtue: Maxims for the Co-Evolution of Environmental Law and Environmental Science
(Environmental Law, 2007)
Much has been written lately in legal scholarship about the role of science in policy and the role of policy in science - and perhaps in no field of law has more been said about them than environmental law. Yet asking the ...
The Endangered Species Act's Fall from Grace in the Supreme Court
(Harvard Environmental Law Review, 2012)
Thirty-five years ago, the Endangered Species Act ("ESA") had as auspicious a debut in the U.S. Supreme Court as any statute could hope for. In Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill, a majority of the Court proclaimed that ...
Phosphates and the Environmental Free Lunch
The environmental rationale for a detergent phosphate ban is straightforward enough. Phosphates are pollutants because, ironically enough, they are biodegradable. In fact, living things thrive on them. Excessive phosphate ...
Climbing Mount Mitigation: A Proposal for Legislative Suspension of Climate Change "Mitigation Litigation"
(Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment, 2010)
This Article has been in press for several months without opportunity for updating, and thus does not reflect EPA’s Clean Air Act rule promulgations and several other relevant events. Nevertheless, the basic thrust of the ...