Vol. 25 Nbr. 2, December 2007
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- Editor's note.
- Climate change, adaptation, and development.
- Apportioning climate change costs.
- The challenges of dynamic water management in the American West.
- Challenges of adapting to a changing climate.
- Of natmats, terrorists, and toxics: regulatory adaptation in a changing world.
- The role of U.S. insurance regulators in responding to climate change.
- Heat waves, global warming, and mitigation.
- Water transfers: the case against transbasin diversions in the eastern states.
- Irrigation institutions in the American West.
- Regulating the regulators: the increased role for the federal judiciary in monitoring the debate over genetically modified crops.
- Recharging U.S. energy policy: advocating for a national renewable portfolio standard.
- Turtles and tourism: where the Endangered Species Act ends and community activism begins.
- Habitat conservation plans: protecting species, enhancing democratic legitimacy and promoting stewardship are not mutually exclusive goals.