43 Ecology L.Q. i (2016)

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    ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY

VOL.  43                           2016                             No.  1


            Copyright @ 2016 by The Regents of the University of California


ARTICLES

     A BROOK   WITH  LEGAL  RIGHTS:
         THE  RIGHTS  OF NATURE   IN COURT   ......Hope  M. Babcock      1

     CLIMATE  CHANGE   AND  INTERNATIONAL
         ECONOMIC   LAW  ......................... Shalanda H. Baker    53

     DOES  ACTIVE  CHOOSING   PROMOTE
         GREEN   ENERGY   USE?
         EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE ...................     Simon  Hedlin   107
                                                  & Cass  R. Sunstein

     REGIONAL   ENERGY   GOVERNANCE AND
         U.S. CARBON   EMISSIONS ...............Hannah   J. Wiseman    143
                                                 &  Hari M.  Osofsky


















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