The Environmental Forum

Volume 35 Issue 4

July-August 2018

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Climate Justice

ELI PRESS ❧ Promoting corporate responsibility through the divestment of fossil fuels and socially conscious investment.

By Josephine Balzac
Rollins College
Energy Justice

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER ❧ What it means and how to integrate it into state regulation of electricity markets.

By Aladdine Joroff
Harvard Law School
Blockchain Salvation

ELI PRESS ❧ Environmental professionals need to be part of an ongoing conversation with the software developers and other stakeholders that will shape the social contract affecting bitcoin’s and other applications’ environmental costs and benefits — plus shape emerging policy and governance responses.

By David Rejeski and Lovinia Reynolds
Environmental Law Institute , Environmental Law Institute
On Being a Trigger for Peace

AL MOUMIN AWARD WINNERS ❧ A colloquy on how to use environmental cooperation to alleviate, end, and hopefully prevent armed conflict, by two veteran “soldiers” in the field.

By Ken Conca and Geoff Dabelko
American University, Ohio University
By: David P. Clarke

A transparent look at the agency's federalism and science policies.

By: Craig M. Pease

The divorce of environmental law from science and the real world.

By: Linda K. Breggin

Mulch Ado About Waste Handling: Community Composting Takes Off.

By: Kathleen Barrón

Electrifying transportation is the next big step in smog reduction.

By: Richard Lazarus

William O. Douglas's former clerk sitting on key climate change case.

By: Ethan Shenkman

Tribal treaty rights now driving enviornmental law developments.

By: Robert N. Stavins

Should California develop the state's large petroleum resources?

By: Stephen R. Dujack

The EPA pith and the law pendulum.

By: Oliver Houck

Improbable stories of discovery and rescue.