33 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Harvard
Environmental
Law Review
VOLUME 33 • 2009 ° NUMBER 1
Contents
Articles
1 Too Many Things To Do: How to Deal With the Dysfunctions of
Multiple-Goal Agencies
Eric Biber
65 The Missing Instrument: Dirty Input Limits
David M. Driesen
Amy Sinden
117 Assuming Personal Responsibility for Improving the Environment:
Moving Toward a New Environmental Norm
Hope M. Babcock
177 Unmasking Chinese Business Enterprises: Using Information
Disclosure Laws to Enhance Public Participation in Corporate
Environmental Decision Making
Timothy Riley
Cai Huiyan
225 Expanding Ecotourism: Embedding Environmental Sustainability in
Panama's Burgeoning Tourist Industry
Katharine Mapes
Case Comments
263 New Jersey v. Environmental Protection Agency
Nicholas Morales
283 North Carolina v. Environmental Protection Agency
Elizabeth Kruse

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