39 Ecology L.Q. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/eclawq39 and id is 1 raw text is: ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY
VOL. 39                             2012                               No. 1
Copyright @ 2012 by The Regents of the University of California
ARTICLES
POLLUTION MARKETS AND SOCIAL EQUITY:
ANALYZING THE FAIRNESS OF
CAP AND TRADE .......................... Daniel A. Farber          1
THE CASE FOR A GLOBAL TREATY ON
SOIL CONSERVATION, SUSTAINABLE
FARMING, AND THE PRESERVATION
OF AGRARIAN CULTURE .............Nicholas A. Fromherz             57
IMPLEMENTING THE PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE:
A LAKESIDE VIEW INTO THE
TRUSTEES' WORLD ...................... Melissa K. Scanlan        123
COMMENT
UNITED VOICES: AN OPEN PROPOSAL FOR
SMART AND FAIR GROWTH IN
THE CENTRAL VALLEY ......................Daniel Kramer           193
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