Trends - September/October 2011

Volume 43, Number 1

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Table of Contents


Views from the Chair
Irma S. Russell…2

Section Spotlight…3

Get the most out of your Section membership by joining committees…7

Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 2011–2012 Leadership…8

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…12

Calendar of Section Events…13


Supreme Court decides that Clean Air Act displaces federal common law claims for climate change
James May…1

Eleventh Circuit decides key issue in three-state water basin dispute
R. Todd Silliman…4

The Clean Water Act: Nutrient discharges and New Jersey’s comprehensive new fertilizer law
Sean Dixon…6

New guidance on the jurisdictional reach of the Clean Water Act proposed
Jonathan Simon…10

Compliance challenges under the Clean Air Act’s General Duty Clause
Ben Snowden…14


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