Table of Contents

Features

Section Spotlight: Annual Conference on Environmental Law Moving to Salt Lake City in 2010
Alexandra Dapolito Dunn…3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…8

Calendar of Section Events…9

People on the Move
Steven T. Miano…15

Articles

Internal investigations and criminal enforcement: A federal agent’s perspective
Fred L. Burnside…1

The View from Australia
Robyn Glindemann…2

Environmental impacts of the U.S.-Mexico border wall
Dinah Bear …4

Point/Counterpoint: Regulating Carbon Emissions: Two perspectives
The best way to address climate change: Put a price on carbon
Lew Hay…6
Carbon taxes are fine, but a cap-and-trade program is better
Kyle Danish and Megan Ceronsky…7

Soapbox: Seven things the new EPA administrator should do
Michael B. Gerrard…11

Tribal environmental regulatory authority: Delegations under federal law
Connie Sue Martin …12

Section Profile: RJ Alexander
Channing J. Martin…14

Committee newsletters offer a wealth of information…14

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