Environs is a biannual environmental law and policy journal that provides an open forum for the discussion of current environmental issues, particularly those pertaining to the state of California.
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Volume 39, No. 2 - May 2016
- Shooting the Albatross: Why a State Takeover of Federal Public Lands Would Make Endangered Species Act Compliance More Expensive and Difficult
- Maximizing the Benefit of Desalination in California
- Easement Come, Easement Go—The Cemetery Access Easement: The Exception to the Right to Exclude Whose Time Has Come to Facilitate the Preservation of Nineteenth-Century Texas Family Cemeteries
- Unpacking an Unreasonable Diversion Claim under Article X, Section 2 of the California Constitution