31 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

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Harvard
Environmental
Law Review
VOLUME 31 9 2007 * NUMBER 1
Contents
Articles
1 Of Montreal and Kyoto: A Tale of Two Protocols
Cass R. Sunstein
67 When Is Two a Crowd? The Impact of Federal Action on
State Environmental Regulation
Jonathan H. Adler
115 Trading Grandfathered Air-A New, Simpler Approach
Brian H. Potts
163 Bringing Top-Down to Bottom-Up: A New Role for
Environmental Legislation in Combating Desertification
Alon Tal & Jessica A. Cohen
Notes
219 Working with Mixed Commons/Anticommons Property:
Mobilizing Customary Land in Papua New Guinea the Melanesian Way
Kathrine Dixon
279 Much Ado About Decoupling: Evaluating the Environmental Impact of
Recent European Union Agricultural Reform
Jess Phelps
Case Comments
321 Rapanos v. United States and
Carabell v. United States Army Corps of Engineers
Matthew A. Macdonald
333 Environmental Defense v. Duke Energy Corporation
Thomas Gremillion

Copyright Q 2007 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College
ISSN 0147-8257

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