Vol. 27 Nbr. 2, December 2009
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- California's climate change program: lessons for the nation.
- Challenges and opportunities for regulating greenhouse gas emissions at the state, regional and local level.
- The changing climate of cooperative federalism: the dynamic role of the states in a national strategy to combat climate change.
- The role of Illinois and the Midwest in responding to the challenges of climate change.
- A Colorado perspective: the new energy economy.
- Climate change action in Connecticut: linking energy, the environment and the economy.
- Massachusetts takes on climate change.
- Climate change action in Arizona.
- The essential role of state enforcement in the brave new world of greenhouse gas emission limits.
- Constitutional implications of regional C(O.sub.2) cap-and-trade programs: the northeast regional greenhouse gas initiative as a case in point.
- SB 375: promise, compromise and the new urban landscape.
- Not all carbon credits are created equal: the constitution and the cost of regional cap-and-trade market linkage.