Trends - May/June 2008

Volume 39, Number 5


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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

Nuclear energy and climate change: three perspectives

Nuclear energy is the bridge to an energy-efficient future
Tamar J. Cerafici and Alan Motes…1

Nuclear energy should be, but will not be, part of an effective global warming mitigation strategy
Richard J. Pierce, Jr.…10

The nuclear nemesis
Rinaldo S. Brutoco and Madeleine Austin…11

Changes in electric transmission policies address reliability, markets, compliance, and enforcement: FERC and beyond
Sheila S. Hollis…4

The Section’s new strategic plan: Thrill reading for ABA groupies or menu of membership value?
Steve McKinney…8

ABA House of Delegates adopts resolutions on climate change and protection of ecosystem services
Kenneth J. Warren…9

Emerging issues in desalination and reclaimed water law
Edward P. de la Parte, Jr. and Kristin A. Yerkes…12

Law firms demonstrate sustainability leadership by piloting new draft ABA model policy
William R. Blackburn…14

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