30 Energy L.J. [i] (2009)

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              ENERGY LAW

                    JOURNAL

Volume 30, No. 1                                            2009

                           CONTENTS
President's  M essage........................................................................................  x
Editor-in-Chief's M essage ............................................................................  xi
                           ARTICLES
The U.S. Role in Solving Climate Change:
Green Growth Policies Can Enable Leadership
Despite the  Econom ic  Downturn ......................................................... 1
      Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat

Running on Empty: The Electricity-Water Nexus and
the U .S. Electric  U tility  Sector ........................................................... 11
      Dr. Benjamin K. Sovacool

Morgan Stanley Capital Group, Inc. v. Public Utility District
No. 1 Revisits the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine: Some Answers,
M ore Questions  ............................................................... ......  53
      John E. McCaffrey

Carbon Dioxide Pipeline Regulation .................................................... 85
      Robert R. Nordhaus
      Emily Pitlick

Abandon All Hope? FERC's Evolving Standards for
Identifying Comparable Firms and Estimating the
R ate  of  R eturn  ............................................................................ 105
      Jonathan A. Lesser
      Emma Nicholson

Energy Bar Association, Discussion Regarding the NERC
and Regional Entity Hearing and Appeal Processes ........................................ 133

                           COMMENT

Frankenfuel: Genetically Modified Com, Ethanol, and
C rop D iversity  ........................................................................... 169
      Zachary R. F. Schreiner

                         BOOK REVIEW

Capitalism at Work: Business, Government, and Energy .......................... 189
      Reviewed by William A. Mogel

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