Vol. 38 Nbr. 1, January 2008
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- Climate change in the Supreme Court.
- Is environmentalism dead?
- Imposing judicial restraints on the "art of deception": the courts cast a skeptical eye on Columbia Basin salmon restoration efforts.
- Waterbirds, the 2010 biodiversity target, and beyond: AEWA's contribution to global biodiversity governance.
- On thin ice: the failure of the United States and the World Heritage Committee to take climate change mitigation pursuant to the World Heritage Convention seriously.
- Analyzing carbon emissions trading: a potential cost efficient mechanism to reduce carbon emissions.
- Tying up loose ends: resolving ambiguity in ballot measure 37's public health and safety exemption.
- Has the federal courts' successive undermining of the APA's presumption of reviewability turned the doctrine into fool's gold?
- Is Scalian standing the latest sighting of the Lochner-ess monster? Using global warming to explore the myth of the corporate person.
- Postcard from the reality-based universe: "wish you were all here!" A meditation on the relationship between science, intellectual property law, and the rights of indigenous populations in plant genetic resources.