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General Design Principles for Resilience and Adaptive Capacity in Legal Systems--With Applications to Climate Change Adaptation
(North Carolina Law Review, 2011)
No force has put more pressure on the legal system than is likely to be exerted as climate change begins to disrupt the settled expectations of humans. Demands on the legal system will be intense and long-term, but is the ...
The Shaky Political Economy Foundation of a National Renewable Electricity Requirement
(University of Illinois Law Review, 2011)
This Article argues that a national renewable portfolio standard (RPS) for electric power is not likely to advance its purported goals, nor is it likely to be adopted by Congress in its present proposed form. For one, a ...