Vol. 41 Nbr. 1, January 2011
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- What climate change can do about tort law.
- The curious case of greening in carbon markets.
- Global climate governance to enhance biodiversity and well-being: integrating non-state networks and public international law in tropical forests.
- Quantifying, monitoring, and tracking "take" under the Endangered Species Act: the promise of a more informed approach to consultation.
- Reforming a western institution: how expanding the productivity of water rights could lessen our water woes.
- Scientific certainty thresholds in fisheries management: a response to a changing climate.