Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation : Vol. 30 No. 2 (2015)
The Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation (JELL), has provided a national, unbiased forum for the discussion and presentation of new ideas and theories in environmental and natural resources law since 1985. JELL educates students for careers in environmental law, disseminates important information to the environmental community, and plays an integral role at the University of Oregon Law School's nationally and internationally recognized environmental law program. A print copy of this title is available through the UO Libraries under the call number: LAW LIB. K 10 .O425 Access the current issue of JELL at http://www.law.uoregon.edu/org/jell/articles.php
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(University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-06-12)This Note focuses on wave energy development off the Oregon Coast. Specifically, it focuses on the permitting and licensing requirements related to the development of experimental facilities, pilot projects, and phased ...
Clean Air Act Section 111(d) CO2 Reduction Compliance Pathways for the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West States (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-06-12)The Article describes the architecture of a regional electric grid extending across nine Intermountain West (IMW) and Pacific Northwest (PNW) states, characterized by coal-fired generation on the east and south serving ...
Beyond a Government-the-Hunter Paradigm: Challenging Government Policies on Deer in a Critical Ecological Era (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-06-12)This Article examines the current forcible model of deer control sweeping the United States and proposes another model in its stead: one that adapts and works symbiotically with natural processes. Effective resource ...
(University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-06-12)A tribute to Emeritus Professor Jon Jacobson
(University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-06-12)