25 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/gintenlr25 and id is 1 raw text is: GEORGETOWN INTERNATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW
VOLUME XXV                                2012                           ISSUE 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
RETHINKING A FAILING FRAMEWORK: ADAPTATION AND INSTITUTIONAL REBIRTH FOR THE
GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE REGIME          ....................................   I
Cinnamon P. Carlarne
CLIMATE CHANGE AND AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES: BUILDING COASTAL RESILIENCE
THROUGH INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT              .........................  51
Eric V. Hull
RETHINKING TRANSBOUNDARY GROUND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: A LOCAL
APPROACH ALONG THE MEXICO-U.S. BORDER            .............................  95
Gabriel E. Eckstein
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE LEGISLATION:
A COSMOPOLITAN PERSPECTIVE             ....................................... 129
Tom E.R.B. West
NOTE
THE LACEY ACT AND PROOF OF FOREIGN LAW IN DOMESTIC CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS:
A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT'S APPROACH IN BODUM USA v.
LA CAFETIERE.................................................... 175
Bettina Bammer-Whitaker

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