24 Hastings Envt'l L. J. [i] (2018)

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                                        Law Journal

Volume 24, Number 1, Winter 2018

A Zero-Emissions Future: Whither California?  Paul Cort

California's Cap and Trade Extension: How Senate Bill 775 Envisioned a New Path to Reduce
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Senator Bob Wieckowski

California Environmental Quality Act Lawsuits and California's Housing Crisis
         Jennifer Hernandez

 Friends of the Eel River, ICCTA Preemption, and the Future of California High Speed Rail Litigation
         Christopher I. Butcher and Johannah E. Kramer

 California's Clean Car Low: Fifteen Years Later, a Look in the Rearview Mirror
         Darry Sragow and Monika  Darwish

 Contaminated Groundwater as a Resource in California  Kimberly Bick

 California's Next Environmental Frontier: Climate Justice Leadership  Suma Peesapati

 California's Response to the Trumpian Rollback of Wetland Protections Under the Clean Water Act
         Clark Morrison

 Too Big to Fail: Limiting Public Risk in Hydropower Licensing
         Joshua Viers and Daniel Nover

 Using Drones to Fight Slavery in the Fields: An Examination of the Practicality and Constitutionality
 of Applying 21st Century Technology to a 21st Century Problem
         Note by Claire Wilkens

 Conservation Easements for Green Urban Spaces  Note by Matthew Olhausen

 H.R. 23: An Assault on Water Resource Conservation and California's State Sovereignty
         Note by Ross Middlemiss

University of California, Hastings College of the Law

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