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Environmental Law Review Volume 16, Number 1, Fall 2007

Articles

A Comparative Guide to the Eastern Public Trust Doctrines: Classifications of States, Property Rights, and State Summaries — Robin Kundis Craig

The Climax of Takings Jurisprudence in the Rehnquist Court Era: Looking Back from Kelo, Chevron U.S.A. and San Remo Hotel at Standards of Review for Social and Economic Regulation Donald C. Guy and James E. Holloway

Advancing A “Carrot and Stick” Framework for Effective CARICOM Environmental Cooperation and Governance Ronald Singh


Comments

Recent Developments in the CERCLA Contribution Scheme and How They Should be Handled: U.S. v. Atlantic Research; Aviall Part II Jacob M. Theis

The Menhaden Reduction Fishery: Capping the Catch Corey Hall

The Danger of School Bus Diesel Exhaust: How Inadequate Regulation and Funding Is Threatening America’s School Children Adam Delph


Special Note

In the comment, Recent Developments in the CERCLA Contribution Scheme and How They Should be Handled: U.S. v. Atlantic Research; Aviall Part II by Jacob M. Theis, published in Volume 16, Issue 1 of the Penn State Environmental Law Review, a portion of the conclusion was omitted due to publisher error. The omitted portions of the conclusion can be found in the Erratum section of Volume 16, Number 2 of the Penn State Environmental Law Review.

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