Table of Contents

Features

Views from the Chair
Claudia Rast…2

Section Spotlight…3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…8

Calendar of Section Events…9

Articles

Everglades restoration: Promises to keep
Don Jodrey…1

Pass the toy and hold the lead: Implementing the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008
Peter J. Biersteker…4

Point Counterpoint: Drill, baby, drill? Two perspectives
We need to lift permanently the moratorium on offshore oil and gas drilling
Thomas Eastment and Adam White…6
A false choice: Ocean conservation vs. energy development
Angela Howe…7

Greening the Capital City with a sustainable energy utility
Hon. Mary Cheh…10

It’s getting easy to be green: Sustainable remediation goes mainstream
Martha Curran…11

CAIR decisions create regulatory uncertainty and requires a quick solution
Thor W. Ketzback…12

38th Annual Conference on Environmental Law
James R. May…14

The impact of the subprime financial crisis on environmental remediation liabilities
James M. Redwine…15

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