CLEE Faculty and Staff Publications
REPORTS & WHITE PAPERS
- Betony Jones & Ethan Elkind , The Economic Impacts of California’s Major Climate Programs on The San Joaquin Valley (Jan 2017).
- Dustin Pearce, James Strittholt, Terry Watt & Ethan Elkind, A Path Forward: Identifying Least-Conflict Solar PV Development in California’s San Joaquin Valley (May 2016)
- Ethan Elkind & Daniel Gergely Szabo, Wasting Opportunities: How to Secure Environmental & Clean Energy Benefits from Municipal Solid Waste Energy Recovery (May 2016)
- Nell Green Nylen, Luke Sherman, Michael Kiparsky, and Holly Doremus, Citizen Enforcement and Sanitary Sewer Overflows in California (Apr. 2016)
- Ethan Elkind, Powering the Savings: How California Can Tap the Energy Efficiency Potential in Existing Commercial Buildings (Mar. 2016)
- Michael Kiparsky, Dave Owen, Nell Green Nylen, Juliet Christian-Smith, Barbara Cosens, Holly Doremus, Andrew Fisher & Anita Milman, Designing Effective Groundwater Sustainability Agencies: Criteria for Evaluation of Local Governance Options (Mar. 2016)
- CLEE’s 2015 Annual Report
- Ethan Elkind, Climate Actions for California: Recommendations for Governor Brown’s Final Term (Dec. 2015)
- Ethan Elkind, Planting Fuels: How California Can Boost Local, Low-Carbon Biofuel Production (Dec. 2015)
- Ethan Elkind, Grading California’s Rail Transit Station Areas (Nov. 2015)
- Nell Green Nylen and Michael Kiparsky, Accelerating Cost-Effective Green Stormwater Infrastructure: Learning from Local Implementation (February 2015)
- Ethan Elkind, Moving Dollars: Aligning Transportation Spending With California’s Environmental Goals (February 2015)
- Steven Weissman and Deborah Behles, Ex Parte Requirements at the California Public Utilities Commission: A Comparative Analysis and Recommended Changes (January 2015)
- Ethan Elkind, Knowledge Is Power: How Improved Energy Data Access Can Bolster Clean Energy Technologies & Save Money (January 2015)
- CLEE’s 2014 Annual Report
- Christopher Williams, Mark Goodman & Ethan Elkind, Integrating Solar PV and Distributed Renewable Energy Policies and Programs into California City and County General Plans (December 2014)
- Christopher Williams & Ethan Elkind, Integrating Infill Planning in California’s General Plans: A Policy Roadmap Based on Best-Practice Communities (September 2014)
- Ethan Elkind, Reuse and Repower: How to Save Money and Clean the Grid with Second-Life Electric Vehicle Batteries (September 2014)
- Romany Webb and Steven Weissman, Addressing Climate Change Without Legislation: Volume 3: USDA (August 2014)
- Steven Weissman and Romany Webb, Addressing Climate Change Without Legislation: Volume 2: FERC (July 2014)
- Romany Webb and Steven Weissman, Addressing Climate Change Without Legislation: Volume 1: DOI (June 2014)
- Ethan Elkind, Renewable Energy Beyond 2020: Next Steps for California (November 2013)
- Ethan Elkind, Electric Vehicle Paradise: How Hawaii can Lead the World in Deployment (September 2013)
- Ethan Elkind, A High Speed Foundation: How to Build a Better California Around High Speed Rail (August 2013)
- Michael Kiparsky and Jayni Foley Hein, Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing in California: A Wastewater and Water Quality Perspective (April 2013).
- Ethan Elkind, Electric Drive by ‘25: How California Can Catalyze Mass Adoption of Electric Vehicles by 2025 (September 2012)
- Michael Hanemann, Deborah Lambe and Daniel Farber, Legal Analysis of Barriers to Adaption for California’s Water Sector (July 2012).
- Jeffrey Russell and Steven Weissman, California’s Transition to Local Renewable Energy: 12,000 Megawatts by 2020 (June 2012).
- Deborah Lambe and Daniel Farber, California’s Cap-and-Trade Auction Proceeds: Taxes, Fees, or Something Else? (May 2012)
- William Brock Most and Steven Weissman, Trees and Power Lines: Minimizing Conflicts between Electric Power Infrastructure and the Urban Forest (March 2012).
- Steven Weissman and Nathaniel Johnson, The Statewide Benefits of Net-Metering in California & the Consequences of Changes to the Program (February 2012)
- Holly Doremus, Center for Progressive Reform, Making Good Use of Adaptive Management (2011)
- Jessica Intrator, Ethan Elkind, Andris Abele, Steven Weissman, Morgan Sawchuk, Emily Bartlett, 2020 Strategic Analysis of Energy Storage in California (November 2011).
- Ethan Elkind, Harvesting Clean Energy: How California Can Deploy Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects on Appropriate Farmland (October 2011).
- Daniel Farber, Emissions Trading and Social Justice (August 2011).
- Melinda Taylor & Holly Doremus, Habitat Conservation Plans and Climate Change: Recommendations for Policy (July 2011).
- Holly Doremus and Taylor, Habitat Conservation Plans and Climate Change: Recommendations for Policy (July 2011).
- Ethan Elkind, All Aboard: How California Can Increase Investments in Public Transit (July 2011).
- Ethan Elkind, Drops of Energy: Conserving Urban Water in California to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (May 2011).
- Daniel Farber, Bringing the California Dream into the Twenty-First Century: Strategies for Sustainable Consumption and Communities (November 2010)
- Ethan Elkind, Daniel Farber, Richard Frank, Michael Hanemann, Daniel
Kammen, Anna Kantenbacher, and Steven Weissman, California at the
Crossroads: Proposition 23, AB 32, and Climate Change (September 2010)
- Ethan Elkind, Saving Energy: How California Can Launch a Statewide Retrofit Program for Existing Residences and Small Businesses (May 2010)
- Steven Weissman, California’s Proposition 16: An Analysis (May 2010)
- Ethan Elkind, Room to Grow: How California Agriculture Can Help Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (March 2010)
- Ethan Elkind, In Our Backyard: How to Increase Renewable Energy Production on Big Buildings and Other Local Spaces (December 2009)
- Ethan Elkind, Removing the Roadblocks: How to Make Sustainable Development Happen Now (August 2009)
- Richard Frank, Current Policy and Legal Issues Affecting Recreational Use of Public Lands in the American West (July 2009)
- Steven Weissman, Addressing Regulatory Barriers to Construction of Biomass Facilites in California (July 2009)
- Steven Weissman, California’s Proposition 7: An Analysis (October 2008)
- Eric Biber, Comments from Environmental Law Professors, Re: Proposed Rule – Interagency Cooperation under the Endangered Species Act (August 2008)
- Richard Frank, California’s Propositions 98 & 99: A Comparative Analysis (May 2008)
- Ethan Elkind, Railtown: The Fight for L.A.’s Metro Rail System and the Future of the City (U.C. Press, 2014).
- Holly Doremus, Lin, and Rosenberg, Environmental Policy Law: Problems, Cases, and Readings, 6th ed. (Foundation Press, 2012).
- Rachel Stern, Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence (2013)
- Daniel Farber, Environmental Law in a Nutshell (8th ed. 2010).
- Daniel Farber and Michael Fauré, Disaster Law (2010) (edited reader).
- Cymie Payne and Peter S. Sand, Environmental Restitution, Volume 2 of Designing Compensation After Upheaval (author,
- Chapter 1: Overview; Chapter 6: Oversight of Environmental Restoration) (2010).
- Daniel Farber et al., Disaster Law and Policy (2d ed. 2009).
- Daniel Farber, Jody Freeman and Ann Carlson, Cases and Materials on Environmental Law (8th ed. 2009).
- Holly Doremus et al., Environmental Policy Law: Problems Cases and Readings (5th ed. 2008).
- Holly Doremus and Dan Tarlock: Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics (2008).
OP-EDs & LTEs
- Dan Farber, Neil Gorsuch might stand up against abuse of power, The Daily Californian, February 21, 2017.
- Dan Farber, Courts should kill Trump’s pricey ‘2-for-1’ deregulation order, The Hill, February 9, 2017.
- Michael Kiparsky & Roger Bales, Advanced data would improve how California manages water, Sacramento Bee, February 8, 2017.
- Dan Farber, et al., What Could Gorsuch Mean for the Supreme Court?, Politico Magazine, February 1, 2017
- Ann Carlson & Dan Farber, California may have to fund climate modeling and renewable energy research, Sacramento Bee, January 24, 2017
- F. Noel Perry, Betony Jones & Ethan Elkind, State climate policies are boosting San Joaquin Valley’s economy, Sacramento Bee, January 20, 2017
Dan Farber & Robert Verchick, About that octopus in the parking garage, Miami Herald, December 4, 2016
Ethan Elkind, Climate change fight has new obstacle, Daily Journal, November 15, 2016
- Ethan Elkind, Provincial feuding over Measure M will make traffic and mobility worse for everyone, Los Angeles Times, October 25, 2016
Dan Farber, Climate plan review looms, Daily Journal, July 11, 2016
Ethan Elkind & Jim Strirrholt, Location, location: Solar PV and the San Joaquin Valley, Capitol Weekly, May 16, 2016
- Michael Kiparsky & Holly Doremus, California needs strong, fair and effective groundwater agencies, Fresno Bee, May 16, 2016
Ethan Elkind, Efficient Buildings are Key to State’s Clean-Energy Push, Sacramento Bee, April 5, 2016
- Michael Kiparsky & Joshua Viers, LTE: There’s a lot about water in California that we don’t know. We need more data., Los Angeles Times, March 23, 2016
Ethan Elkind, How Politics Built L.A.’s Gold Line at the Expense of a Smarter System, Los Angeles Times, March 14, 2016
Ethan Elkind, How to Boost L.A.’s Sinking Transit Ridership, Los Angeles Times, February 1, 2016
- Dan Farber, Inaction on climate change is as reckless as drunken driving, Washington Post, January 5, 2016
Ethan Elkind, State Should Set Goals on Use of Low-Carbon Biofuel, Sacramento Bee, December 5, 2015
F. Noel Perry & Ethan Elkind, Driving Development of Transit-Oriented Districts, San Diego Union-Tribune, October 8, 2015
Ethan Elkind, State Must Spend Smarter on Roads and ‘Fix It First’, Sacramento Bee, February 19, 2015
Ethan Elkind, Viewpoints: Even without Tesla, electric car batteries can boost state, Sacramento Bee, September 17, 2014
Ethan Elkind, California’s slow ride to new transit, San Francisco Chronicle, August 6, 2014
Jayni Foley Hein, Oil and rail – a dangerous mix, Los Angeles Times, May 20, 2014
Ethan Elkind, Rail alone can’t reinvent L.A., Los Angeles Times, January 27, 2014
Ethan Elkind, Making sure renewable energy produces clean energy, Sacramento Bee, November 24, 2013
Michael Kiparsky and Max Gomberg, ‘Green’ paving helps the bay, human health, San Francisco Chronicle, November 12, 2013
Jayni Foley Hein and Michael Kiparsky, Fracking in State Needs Close Oversight, San Francisco Chronicle, May 12, 2013
Holly Doremus, The Law’s Great Strength, Room for Debate on Saving Species as the Climate Changes, New York Times, Apr. 20, 2011
Ethan Elkind, Fannie and Freddie Delinquent on Climate Change and Clean Energy, San Jose Mercury News, June 17, 2010
Eric Biber & Holly Doremus, Gulf Oil Spill: Obama’s Regulatory Response Falls Short, Los Angeles Times, May 20, 2010
David C. Caron, The Claims of Two Gulfs, Huffington Post (July 14, 2010)
Ethan Elkind & Steve Weissman, Backyard Renewables op-ed, California Energy Circuit, Vol. 8, No. 2, January 15, 2010, pp. 3-4
Ethan Elkind & Nancy Skinner, The Clean Energy Potential in our Backyard op-ed, San Francisco Chronicle, December 9, 2009, A-16
Ethan Elkind & Jared Huffman, Walk this Way – Urge ‘Sustainable Development op-ed, San Francisco Chronicle, August 31, 2009, E-5
Eric Biber, Don’t hamstring the Endangered Species Act, S.F. Chronicle (April 15, 2009)
Michelle Wilde Anderson & Steven Weissman, Let’s Ensure Energy Efficiency is Also Socially Equitable, San Jose Mercury News, Jan. 9, 2009
Holly Doremus, Fixing Science in the Environmental Agencies, In Blue Sky: New Ideas for the Obama Administration, http://ideas.berkeleylawblogs.org/ (2009)
Holly Doremus, Free-Willy-Nilly: What Does the Supreme Court Ruling on Navy Sonar Mean for the Whales?, slate.com (Nov. 14, 2008)
Holly Doremus, Polar Bears in Limbo, slate.com (May 20, 2008)
Holly Doremus, Polar Bear Politics, slate.com (Jan. 17, 2008)
JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, & OTHER WRITINGS
- Dan Farber, The Implementation Gap in Environmental Law, Journal of Korean Law (Dec. 2016)
- Holly Doremus, Arbitral panel sides with Philippines in South China Sea dispute, Trends: American Bar Association (Nov. 2016)
- Michael Kiparsky, Unanswered questions for implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, California Agriculture (Aug. 2016)
- Michael Kiparsky, Barton H. Thompson Jr, Christian Binz, David L. Sedlak, Lars Tummers & Bernhard Truffer, Barriers to Innovation in Urban Wastewater Utilities: Attitudes of Managers in California, Environmental Management (June 2016)
- Christian Binz, Sasha Harris-Lovett, Michael Kiparsky, David L. Sedlak and Bernhard Truffer, The thorny road to technology legitimation — Institutional work for potable water reuse in California, 103 Technological Forecasting & Social Change 249 (Feb. 2016)
- Alexander K. Fremier, Michael Kiparsky, Stephan Gmur, Jocelyn Aycrigg, Robin Kundis Craig, Leona K. Svancara, Dale D. Goble, Barbara Cosens, Frank W. Davis and J. Michael Scott, A Riparian Conservation Network for Ecosystem Resilience, 191 Biological Conservation 29 (Nov. 2015)
- Daniel A. Farber, Unpacking EME Homer: Cost, Proportionality, and Emissions Reductions, 4 Mich. J. Envtl. & Admin. L. 213 (2015).
- Sasha Harris-Lovett, Christian Binz, David L. Sedlak, Michael Kiparsky and Bernhard Truffer, Beyond User Acceptance: A Legitimacy Framework for Potable Water Reuse in California, 49 Environmental Science & Technology 7552 (June 2015)
- Michael Kiparsky, David L. Sedlak, Barton H. Thompson, Jr., and Bernhard Truffer. 2013. “The innovation deficit in urban water: the need for an integrated perspective on institutions, organizations, and technology.” Environmental Engineering Science, 30(8): 395-408.
- Steven Weissman, Subin Varghese, and Zachary Wood. “Effective Governance for Multi-Jurisdictional, Multi-Sector Climate Adaptation” (April 2013)
- Holly Doremus and Tarlock, Can the Clean Water Act Succeed as an Ecosystem Protection Law? G.W. J. Energy & Envtl. L. (2013).
- Holly Doremus, Why International Catch Shares Won’t Save Ocean Biodiversity, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law (Forthcoming 2013).
- Michael Kiparsky, Anita Milman, and Sebastian Vicuna. 2012. “Climate and water: knowledge of impacts to action on adaptation.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 37: 163-194. (2012)
- Dan Farber,The BP Blowout and the Social and Environmental Erosion of the Louisiana Coast, 13 Minn. J. of L., Sci. & Tech. 37 (2012).
- Dan Farber, Climate Justice, 110 Mich. L. Rev. 985 (2012) (review essay).
- Schwartz et al., Managed Relocation: Integrating the Scientific, Regulatory and Ethical Challenges, 62 BioScience 732-743 (2012).
- Robert Infelise and Holly Doremus, Foreword to the 2012 Annual Review, 39 Ecology Law Quarterly 239 (2012).
- Rachel Stern, Amplifying Silence: Uncertainty and Control Parables in Contemporary China (with Jonathan Hassid), Comparative Political Studies (2012)
- Rachel Stern, Politics at the Boundary: Mixed Signals and the Chinese State (with Kevin J. O’Brien), Modern China (2012)
- Dan Farber, A Fatal Loss of Balance: Dred Scott Revisited, 39 Pepperdine L. Rev. 13 (2011).
- Dan Farber, Symposium Introduction: Navigating the Intersection of Environmental Law and Disaster Law, 2011 BYU L. Rev. 1783 (2011).
- Dan Farber, Issues of Scale in Climate Governance, in Dryzek, Norgaard, and Schlosberg, Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society (2011).
- Dan Farber, Clean Technology: Challenges for the Legal System and Legal Education (Korea Legislation Research Inst. 2011) (monograph in English and Korean translation).
- Dan Farber, State Climate-Change Regulation: Will It Survive the Federal Challenge?, in Schlager, Engel and Rider, Navigating Climate Change Policy (2011).
- Holly Doremus, Climate Change and the Evolution of Property Rights, 1 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1091-1123 (2011).
- Holly Doremus, Through Another’s Eyes: Getting the Benefit of Outside Perspectives in Environmental Review, 38 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 245-278 (2011).
- Holly Doremus, Adaptive Management as an Information Problem, 89 N. C. L. Rev. 1455-1498 (2011).
- Rachel Stern, From Dispute to Decision: Suing Polluters in China, The China Quarterly (2011)
- Daniel Farber, The Challenge of Climate Change Adaptation: Learning from National Planning Efforts in Britain, China, and the USA, in the Journal of Environmental Law 2011; doi: 10.1093/jel/eqr015
- David Caron, Climate Change and Arctic Governance: Three Images of a Changing Arctic, in THE WORLD OCEAN IN GLOBALIZATION: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES 155-164 (with Davor Vidas and Peter Johan Schei, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2011).
- David Caron, Negotiating Our Future with the Oceans, in A PLANET FOR LIFE 2011 – OCEANS: THE NEW FRONTIER 25-34 (with Pierre Jacquet, Rajendra K. Pachauri and Laurence Tubiana, eds., 2011)
- David Caron, The Profound Significance of the UNCC for the Environment, in GULF WAR REPARATIONS AND THE UN COMPENSATION COMMISSION: ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY 265- 275 (with Cymie R. Payne and Peter H. Sand, eds., Oxford University Press, 2011).
- Daniel Farber, A Typical Day in Environmental Suits, in the Environmental Forum (2011). Also can be found at www.eli.org.
- Harry N. Scheiber, Taking Legal Realism Offshore: The Contributions of Joseph Walter Bingham to American Jurisprudence and the Reform of Modern Ocean Law, in LAW, SOCIETY, AND HISTORY, ed. R.W. Gordon and M. J. Horwitz (NY: Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp. 337-363.
- Steven Weissman, Effective Renewable Energy Policy: Leave it to the States? 3 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 345 (2011)
- Holly Doremus, Adapting to Climate Change Through Law that Bends Without Breaking, 2 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law 45-84 (2010).
- Holly Doremus, The Persistent Problem of Standing in Environmental Law, 40 Environmental Law Reporter 10956-57 (2010).
- Holly Doremus, The Endangered Species Act: Static Law Meets Dynamic World, 32 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y 175-235 (2010).
- Holly Doremus, Camacho, McLachlan, & Minteer, Reassessing Conservation Goals in a Changing Climate, Issues in Science and Technology,
(Summer 2010), 21-26.
- Rachel Stern, On the Frontlines: Making Decisions in Chinese Civil Environmental Lawsuits, Law & Policy (2010)
- Michelle Wilde Anderson, Mapped Out of Local Democracy, 62 Stan. L. Rev. 931 (2010).
- Eric Biber, Officious Intermeddlers or Citizen Experts? Petitions and Public Production of Information in Environmental Law, 58 UCLA L. Rev. (2010) (with Berry Brosi).
- David Caron, Introductory Remarks: New Challenges — Environmental Marine Environments and Biodiversity, in CHANGES IN THE ARCTIC ENVIRONMENT AND THE LAW OF THE SEA 319-322 (with Myron H. Nordquist, Tomas H. Heidar and John Norton Moore, eds., 2010).
- David Caron, The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Impacts, Observations and the Agenda Ahead, in THE OCEANS IN THE NUCLEAR AGE: LEGACIES AND RISKS 515-534 (with Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2010).
- David Caron, The Law of the Sea, 2 THE INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PEACE 603-605 (Oxford University Press, Nigel Young ed., 2010).
- Holly Doremus, Lots of Science, Not Much Law: Why Knowledge Has Not (Yet) Been Power Over Greenhouse Gas Emissions, in William H. Rodgers & Michael Robinson-Dorn, eds., Global Warming: A Reader (Carolina Academic Press, 2010).
- Holly Doremus, Water Law 103: Water Federalism, Part 2, ABA 29th Annual Water Law Conference (2010).
- Holly Doremus (with Alejandro Camacho, Jason S. McLachlan & Ben A. Minteer), Reassessing Conservation Goals in a Changing Climate, ___ Issues in Science and Technology (2010).
- Holly Doremus and Michael Hanemann, The Clean Air Act as a Template for Climate Change Legislation, in Edella Schlager et al., eds., Climate Change and Federalism (University of Arizona Press, forthcoming 2010).
- Holly Doremus and Bob Infelise, Foreword to the Annual Review, 37 Ecology L.Q. ___ (2010).
- Daniel Farber, Issues of Scale in Climate Governance, in Richard Norgaard and David Schlosberg, Oxford Handbook on Climate Change and Society (2010).
- Daniel Farber, Lessons from the UNCC for Climate Compensation, in Cymie Payne and Peter S. Sand, Environmental Restitution, Volume 2 Of Designing Compensation After Upheaval (2010).
- Daniel Farber, Uncertainty (Geo. L.J., 2010).
- Cymie Payne, Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay: The International Court of Justice Recognizes Environmental Impact Assessment as a Duty under International Law, 14:9 Am. Soc. Int’l L. Insights (2010).
- Joe Sax, The Accretion/Avulsion Puzzle: Its Past Revealed, Its Future Proposed, 23 Tulane Env.L.J. 305 (Summer 2010).
- Joe Sax, Some Unorthodox Thoughts About Rising Sea Levels, Beach Erosion and Property Rights, 11 Vt.J.Env. L. 641 (Spring 2010).
- Joe Sax, Ownership, Property and Sustainability, The Wallace Stegner Lecture, University of Utah (2010) [to be published as a monograph by the University of Utah Press].
- Joe Sax, Land Use Regulation: Time to Think About Fairness, ___ Nat.Res.J. ___(2010).
- Harry Scheiber, Fisheries Policy and the Problem of Instituting Sustainable Management: The Case of Occupied Japan, in Strengthening Post-Conflict Peace-Building Through Natural Resources Management (United Nations Environmental Program Project joint project with the Environmental Law Institute). (with Benjamin Jones) (2010).
- Harry Scheiber, Economic Uses of the Oceans: Past Trends and the Challenges Ahead, in David Vidas (ed.), The World Ocean in Globalization (2010),
- Harry Scheiber, Legalism, Geopolitics, and Morality — Perspectives from Law and History on War Guilt and the Dokdo Maritime Boundary Controversy, in Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee (eds.), Dokdo: Historical Appraisal and International Justice (2010).
- Steven Weissman, The California Public Utility Commission’s Pilot Program to Explore the Nexus of Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation, 22 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 257 (2010).
- Michelle Anderson, Between State and Local Government: A Response to Professor Reynolds, 86 Denv. U.L. Rev. 1303 (2009).
- Holly Doremus and Robert Infelise, Foreword to 2009 Annual Review of Environmental and Natural Resource Law, 36 Ecology L.Q. 201 (2009).
- Eric Biber, Restoring Public Trust in the Public Lands: An Agenda for the New Administration, 36 Ecology Law Currents 159 (2009) (online version of Ecology Law Quarterly) (with Holly Doremus, Dan Farber, Rick Frank, and Joe Sax).
- Eric Biber, Climate Change, Causation, and Delayed Harm, 37 Hofstra L. Rev. 975 (2009).
- Eric Biber, Statistical Inference, Type II Error, and Decision-Making Under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, 7 Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 487 (2009) (with Berry Brosi).
- Eric Biber, Stopping the Conversation: Amended ESA Section 7 Regulations Put Species At Risk, 36 Ecology Law Currents 139 (2009) (online version of Ecology Law Quarterly/)/(with Cynthia Drew).
- Eric Biber, Too Many Things to Do: How to Deal with the Dysfunctions of Multiple-Goal Agencies, 33 Harv. Evn. L. Rev. 1 (2009).
- Eric Biber, Ripeness and Standing in Environmental Law, American Bar Association Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources Constitutional Law Committee Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 2 (June 2009) (with Amanda Leiter).
- David Caron, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and the Coming Uncertainty in Oceanic Boundaries: A Proposal to Avoid Conflict, MARITIME BOUNDARY DISPUTES, SETTLEMENT PROCESSES, AND THE LAW OF THE SEA 1-17 (with Seoung-Yong Hong and Jon M. Van Dyke, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
- David Caron, Assessing the Impact of the Nuclear Age on the Oceans and Its Legal Regime, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 3-15 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009)(coauthored with Harry N. Scheiber).
- David Caron, The Law of the Sea, in The International Encyclopedia of Peace (Oxford University Press, 2009).
- David Caron, The Law and Politics of a Changing Arctic: Three Images and The Agendas They Suggest, forthcoming in The World Ocean in Globalization: Challenges and Responses (Davor Vidas and Peter Johan Schei, eds, Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
- David Caron, The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Impacts, Observations and the Agenda Ahead, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 515-534 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
- Holly Doremus, Book Review: Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, in Mary Doyle and Cynthia A. Drew, eds., 27 Ecological Restoration 227-228 (2009).
- Holly Doremus, CALFED and the Quest for Optimal Institutional Fragmentation, 12 Environmental Science and Policy 729 (2009).
- Holly Doremus, A Challenge for the Obama Team: Put Science and Federal Scientists to Better Use, 36 Ecology Law Currents 151 (2009).
- Daniel Farber, Adaptation Planning and Climate Impact Assessments: Learning from NEPA’s Flaws, 39 Envtl. L. Rep. 10605 (2009).
- Daniel Farber, The Birth of U.S. Climate Law, Comparative L. J. [Thailand] 1 (Aug. 2009).
- Daniel Farber, Review Essay: Rethinking the Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis, 76 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1355 (2009).
- Daniel Farber, The Monsanto Lecture in Tort Law — Tort Law in the Era of Climate Change, Katrina, and 9/11: Exploring Liability for Extraordinary Risks, 43 Val. U. L. Rev. 1075 (2009).
- Daniel Farber, Compensation for Victims of Climate Change, Jurist (# 1392, Feb. 2, 2009) (in Japanese translation)
- Cymie Payne, Balancing the Risks: Choosing Climate Alternatives, Iop Conf. Ser.: Earth Envtl. Sci. 8 (2009).
- Cymie Payne, Local Meets Global: The Low Carbon Fuel Standard and the WTO, 34 N.C.J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg. 891 (2009).
- Cymie Payne, State of Play: Changing the Climate in Copenhagen,13 Am. Soc. Int’l L. Insights (2009).
- Joe Sax, Env. Law in vol. 1, Encyclopedia of Environmental. Ethics and Philosophy (J.Baird Callicott & Robert Frodeman, eds. in chief, 2009).
- Joe Sax, Our Precious Water Resources: Learning from the Past, Securing the Future, in Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, ed., Resource Management Theory & Practice (Resource Management Law Ass’n of New Zealand, Inc., 2009).
- Joe Sax, The Property Rights Sweepstakes: Has Anyone Held The Winning Ticket?, 34 Vt. L. Rev. 137 (2009).
- Harry N. Scheiber, Assessing the Impact of the Nuclear Age on the Oceans and Its Legal Regime, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 3-15 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009)(coauthored with David D. Caron).
- Harry Scheiber, Frontier Issues in Ocean Law (symposium organizer and co-editor) in Issues In Legal Scholarship, Vol. 8. (Berkeley Electronic Press, 2009).
- Harry Scheiber, Introduction: Perspectives on the History of the United States Non-Ratification of the Law of the Sea Convention, Publicist, vol 1, 2009.
- Harry Scheiber, Japanese Policies, Ocean Law, and the Tuna Fisheries, Chapter 17 in Dale Squires et al., eds. Conservation and Management of International Tuna Fisheries, Wiley-Blackwell (2009) (with K. Mengerink and Yannhuei Song).
- Harry Scheiber, Law of the Sea Symposium (editor), Publicist ( Berkeley Journal Of International Law Publication), vol. 1 (2009).
- Michelle Wilde Anderson, Cities Inside Out: Race, Poverty, and Exclusion at the Urban Fringe, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1095 (2008).
- Eric Biber, Climate Change and Backlash, 17 NYU Env. L.J. (2008).
- Eric Biber, The Importance of Resource Allocation in Administrative Law, 60 Admin. L. Rev. 1 (2008).
- Eric Biber,Two Sides of the Same Coin: Judicial Review under Sections 706(1) and 706(2) of the Administrative Procedure Act, 26 Va. Envtl. L.J. 461 (2008).
- David Caron, Politics, Law and Three Images of the Arctic, PROCEEDINGS, 102TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 151-160 (2008).
- David Caron, Politics, Law and Three Images of the Arctic, Proceedings, 102th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 151-160 (2008).
- Holly Doremus, The Endangered Species Act: Static Law Meets Dynamic World, 32 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y ___ (forthcoming).
- Holly Doremus, Scientific and Political Integrity in Environmental Policy, 87 Texas Law Review 1601 (2008).
- Holly Doremus and Michael Hanemann, Of Babies and Bathwater: Why the Clean Air Act’s Cooperative Federalism Framework Is Useful for Addressing Global Warming, 50 Arizona Law Review 799 (2008).
- Daniel Farber, Five Lessons from the REACH Directive, in Law Research Institute, EU Law and East Asia in the Age of Globalization: Agenda for the Future 173 (2008) (in English and in Korean translation).
- Daniel Farber, Climate Change, Federalism, and the Constitution, 40 Arizona L. Rev. 879 (2008).
- Daniel Farber, Apportioning Climate Change Costs, 26 UCLA J. Env. L. & Pol’y 21 (2007/2008).
- Daniel Farber, California Leadership in American Environmental Law, 6 Studies Cultural Symbiotics (Okayama, Japan) 1 (2008) (Japanese translation by Yuichiro Tsuji).
- Daniel Farber, Basic Compensation for Victims of Climate Change, 155 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1605 (2007) (reprinted 2008-2009 Land Use and Environmental Law Review 415).
- Daniel Farber, Confronting Uncertainty Under NEPA, Issues in Legal Scholarship, Vol. 8: Iss. 3, available at http://www.bepress.co9m/ils/vol8/iss3/arrt3.
- Joe Sax, Environmental Law Forty Years Later: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, IUCN 3rd Colloquium Lectures, Sydney, in Michael I. Jeffery, Jeremy Firestone, Karen Bubna-Litich, eds., Biodiversity Conservation, Law + Livelihoods: Bridging the North-South Divide (2008).
- Harry Scheiber, Ocean Tuna Fisheries, East Asian Rivalries, and International Regulation: Japanese Policies and the Overcapacity/IUU Fishing Conundrum, 30 Hawaii Law Review (2007) (published Summer 2008) (with Kathryn J. Mengerink,and Yannhuei Song)
- Rachel Stern, Studying Contention in Contemporary China (with Kevin J. O’Brien) , Popular Protest in China (Harvard University Press) (2008)
- Harry Scheiber, The United States and the 1982 Law of the Sea Treaty (co-author David D. Caron) , American Society For International Law, Insights, vol. 11, issue 16 (June 11, 2007) http://www.asil.org/insights070611.cfm
- Rachel Stern, The Female Inheritance Movement in Hong Kong: Theorizing the Local/Global Interface (with Sally Engle Merry), Current Anthropology (2005)
- Rachel Stern, Unpacking Adaptation: The Female Inheritance Movement in Hong Kong, Mobilization (2005)
- Rachel Stern, Hong Kong Haze: Air Pollution as a Social Class Issue, Asian Survey (2003)