Volume 16 1992-1993
Environmental Moot Court Competition
- Should The Endangered Species Act Apply Internationally?: An Analysis of Defenders of Wildlife v. Lujan
- The Price We Pay to See the Stars: Mt. Graham Red Squirrel v. Madigan
- Dolphins or Free Trade?
- The Spotted Owl Saga Continues: Lane County Audubon Society v. Jamison
- A Review of California Water Transfers
- Interstate Transportation of Hazardous Waste Materials
- Public Policy v. Property Rights in Hazardous Waste Law: Is CERCLA Unconstitutional? Reardon v. U.S.
- California Competitiveness and Environmental Regulation: Up Close with James Strock
- Pollution, Pesticides, and Cancer
- The Transfer of the Central Valley Project
- The GATT: Tuna, Dolphins, Diapers, and You
- The Plastics Problem Part 1: Plastic Packaging and the Solid-Waste Crisis
- The Plastics Problem Part 2: Consumers and Plastics
- The Basel Convention: Will it Curtail Hazardous Waste Exports?
- The Passage of NAFTA and Its Impact on the Environment
- The California Desert Protection Act
- Environmental Management Plans and Education: Is Homo Sapiens Destined for the Endangered Species List?
- Add Water to Market and Mix: A Recipe for Western Water Policy
- The Case Against Lead: California's Proposition 65 and the Fight Against Lead Faucets
- Electric Vehicles and Energy Policy, 1992-93: Environment and Economy Can Co-exist
- Environmental Justice: What is to be Done?
- Cal/EPA: The Streamlined Permitting Process
- The Judiciary and Environmental Law
- The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Wildlife Preserve or Oil Reserve?
- Instream Flows and the Federal Power Act: Conflicts Between State and Federal Jurisdiction Over Water Allocation
- Environmental Mediation: A Viable Alternative to Costly Litigation
- Standoff at the Border: The Debate on Environmental Regulation in the NAFTA
- The Export of Hazardous Wastes: International Pitfalls / U.S. Solutions