Table of Contents

Features

Views from the Chair
John C. Cruden…2

Section Spotlight…3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…10

Calendar of Section Events…11

People on the Move
Steven T. Miano…15

Articles

The intersection of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and energy companies: An uncertain crossroad
Shippen Howe…1

The SEC’s new guidance on public company disclosure of climate change risks
Treazure R. Johnson, Lowell M. Rothschild, and Eric R. Smith…4

Canadian and American efforts to integrate climate change policy
Dennis Mahony and Tyson Dyck…5

Challenges to EPA’s endangerment finding complicate efforts to address climate change under the Clean Air Act
Patricia Ross McCubbin…6

EPA proposal for numeric nutrient standards for Florida waters has national implications
Meline MacCurdy…8

RGGI after one year: Evaluation and lessons
N. Jonathan Peress…12

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