41 Ecology L.Q. i (2014)

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    ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY

VOL. 41                          2014                             No. 1


           Copyright © 2014 by The Regents of the University of California

ARTICLES

    HOLDING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ACCOUNTABLE
         FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DISCRIMINATION:
         THE PROMISE OF CALIFORNIA
         GOVERNMENT CODE § 65008 ................. Anne Bellows       1

    REGULATING POLLUTANTS, NEGATIVE
         EXTERNALITIES, AND GOOD
         NEIGHBOR AGREEMENTS: WHO BEARS
         THE BURDEN OF PROTECTING
         COMMUNITIES? ............................ Thalia Gonzdlez       37
                                            and Giovanni Saarman

    WEATHERING NEPA REVIEW:
         SUPERSTORMS AND SUPER
         SLOW URBAN RECOVERY ............. John Travis Marshall          81

    FEES, EXPENDITURES, AND THE
         TAKINGS CLAUSE ........................... Justin R. Pidot 131












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