50 ELR 10174 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER 2-2020
RECENT JOURNAL LITERATURE
Elefritz, Danielle, “From Frisbees to Flatulence?”: Regulating
Greenhouse Gases From Concentrated Animal Feeding Opera-
tions Under the Clean Air Act, 48 E. L. 891 (2018).
Rahman, Naznen, A Comparative Analysis of Air Pollution
Control in Delhi and Beijing: Can India’s Model of Judicial
Activism Aect Environmental Change in China?, 27 T. J.
I’ C. L. 151 (2018).
Adams-Schoen, Sarah J., Beyond Localism: Harnessing State Adap-
tation Lawmaking to Facilitate Local Climate Resilience,
8 M. J. E. A. L. 185 (2018).
Chong, Daniel Ling Tien, Climate Change and the Role of Emerg-
ing Economies, 50 ELR 10125 (Feb. 2020).
Dreyzin, Gary, e Next Wave of Climate Change Litigation:
Comparing Constitutional Inverse Condemnation Claims in
the United States, South Africa, and Japan, 31 G. E. L.
R. 183 (2018).
Leal-Arcas, Rafael & Antonio Morelli, e Resilience of the Paris
Agreement: Negotiating and Implementing the Climate Regime,
31 G. E. L. R. 1 (2018).
Malone, Linda A., e Emperor’s New Clothes: e Variety of Stake-
holders in Climate Change Regulation Assuming the Mantle
of Federal and International Authority, 79 O S. L.J. 705
McKinstry, Robert B. & John C. Dernbach, Applying the Pennsyl-
vania Environmental Rights Amendment Meaningfully to Cli-
mate Disruption, 8 M. J. E. A. L. 49 (2018).
Mehling, Michael A. et al., Linking Heterogeneous Climate Policies
(Consistent With the Paris Agreement), 48 E. L. 647
Murthy, Sharmila L., States and Cities as “Norm Sustainers”: A
Role for Subnational Actors in the Paris Agreement on Climate
Change, 37 V. E. L.J. 1 (2019).
Pettus, Kelley, e First American Climate Refugees and the Need
for Proactive Relocation, 87 G. W. L. R. 172 (2019).
Segall, Craig Holt, Democracy Defense as Climate Change Law, 50
ELR 10115 (Feb. 2020).
Sheldon, Ian, Economic and Legal Analysis of Climate Policy and
Border Tax Adjustments: Federal Vs. State Regulation,
79 O S. L.J. 781 (2018).
Spiegel-Feld, Danielle & Lauren Sherman, Expanding Green
Roofs in New York City: Towards a Location-Specic Tax
Incentive, 26 N.Y.U. E. L.J. 297 (2018).
Vizcarra, Hana V., e Reasonable Investor and Climate-Related
Information: Changing Expectations for Financial Disclosures,
50 ELR 10106 (Feb. 2020).
Symposium, Is Climate Change Making Us Sick? e Future
of Public Health in a Climate Altered World, 18 H. J.
H L. P’ 1 (2018).
Bressler, Jason, Blocking Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines: How
to Curb Climate Change While Strengthening the Nation’s
Energy System, 44 C. J. E. L. 137 (2019).
Campau, Joan, Presidential Permitting for Pipelines: Constitu-
tionality and Reviewability, 8 M. J. E. A. L.
Davis, Katherine, Seismicity Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing and
Wastewater Disposal Injection: A Comparison of Regulatory
Frameworks, 27 T. J. I’ C. L. 93 (2018).
Dillard, Stephen C. et al., Nuisance Cases Against Energy Compa-
nies in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Other Areas With Signicant
or Developing Oil and Gas Exploration, 59 S. T. L. R.
Hokanson, Mitchell, Avoiding the Doldrums: Evaluating the
Need for Change in the Oshore Wind Permitting Process,
44 C. J. E. L. 181 (2019).
Klass, Alexandra B., Public Utilities and Transportation Electri-
cation, 104 I L. R. 545 (2019).
McAnulty, Hale, A Dirty Waste—How Renewable Energy Policies
Have Financed the Unsustainable Waste-to-Energy Industry,
60 B.C. L. R. 387 (2019).
Mormann, Felix, Market Segmentation Vs. Subsidization: Clean
Energy Credits and the Commerce Clause’s Economic Wisdom,
93 W. L. R. 1853 (2018).
Wells, Bret & Tracy Hester, Abandoned but Not Forgotten:
Improperly Plugged and Orphaned Wells May Pose Seri-
ous Concerns for Shale Development, 8 M. J. E.
A. L. 115 (2018).
Symposium, Paris, Policy, and the Grid, 33 C. J. I’ L.
Crawford, Colin, Access to Justice for Four Billion: Urban
and Environmental Options and Challenges, 26 N.Y.U.
E. L.J. 340 (2018).
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