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Climate Change

It is Time for Oregon to Define its Public Trust Duties

Olivier Jamin Olivier Jamin is a 2L at Louis & Clark Law School and is the Online Journal Editor of Environmental Law. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. I. Introduction The public trust doctrine (PTD) is a concept under which states have the duty to preserve certain natural and cultural resources

Towards a Middle Path: Loss & Damage in the 2015 Paris Agreement

Maryam Al-Dabbagh Maryam Al-Dabbagh is an L.L.M student in Environment & Energy Law at New York University School of Law and is the Graduate Editor of the NYU Environmental Law Journal. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. Introduction In the lead-up to the Paris talks, the issue of loss and damage

Rising Seas in the Holy City: Preserving Historic Charleston in the Face of Global Climate Change

Will Grossenbacher Will Grossenbacher is a 3L at the University of Virginia School of Law and is the former Editor-in-Chief of the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. From October 2–5, 2015, the State of South Carolina, and the City of Charleston in particular, experienced historic rains:

Mar 27, 2016

Scalia’s Swan Song: The “Irreconcilability Canon” Resolves the Clean Air Act’s Section 111(d) Drafting Error and Encourages Good Lawmaking

Brenden Cline Brenden Cline is Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. [This] is a ‘rare case.’ It is and should be . . . . But every generation or so a case comes along when this Court needs to say enough is enough. —

Mar 10, 2016