Trends - January/February 2008

Volume 39, Number 3


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Table of Contents

Features

Views from the Chair
Lee A. DeHihns III…2

Section Spotlight…3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…6

Calendar of Section Events…7

People on the Move
Steven T. Miano…15

Articles

Environmental law in the Roberts Court: A tale of three cases
Holly Doremus…1

Cap and trade—a creative source of finance for green technologies
Keith Casto and Peter Messrobian…4

Accounting for climate change in environmental review documents
David A. Gold and Miles H. Imwalle…8

Keystone 2008: environmental law as a newsworthy topic
Kathy G. Beckett…10

A new standard for security regulation: The Interim Final Rule on Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards
Joe Whitley and Ava A. Harter…11

Is there a “proper level” of compliance with environmental law?
Michael E. Wall…13

States implement new underground storage tank requirements
Lyn Lustig…14

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