39 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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Harvard
Environmental
Law Review
VOLUME 39    2015 e NUMBER 1
Symposium
Introduction
Climate Regulation Under the Clean Air Act in the Wake of Utility Air Regulatory Group
v. EPA
Cecilia Segal
Why I Worry About UARG
Jody Freeman
Text in Context: The Fate of Emergent Climate Regulation After UARG and EME Homer
Ann E. Carlson and Megan M. Herzog
The Opinion Assignment Power, Justice Scalia's Un-Becoming, and UARG's
Unanticipated Cloud over the Clean Air Act
Richard J. Lazarus
UARG-Not a Chef d'Oeuvre of Opinion Writing
Craig N. Oren
Anti-Regulatory Skewing and Political Choice in UARG
William W Buzbee
But What About Texas? Climate Disruption Regulation in Recalcitrant States
Thomas 0. McGarity
Toward a More Rational Environmental Policy
Richard L. Revesz
Articles
Fracking, Federalism, and Private Governance
Amanda C. Leiter
Biodiversity on the Brink: The Role of Assisted Migration in Managing Endangered
Species Threatened with Rising Seas
Jaclyn Lopez
Environmental Settlements and Administrative Law
Courtney R. McVean and Justin R. Pidot
Student Note
Castles Made of Sand: Public-Interest Litigation and China's New Environmental
Protection Law
Daniel Carpenter-Gold
Case Comments
Scialabba v. Cuellar de Osorio
Brenden Cline
EPA v. EME Homer City Generation, L.P: Agencies Can Consider Costs in the Face of
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Ryland Li

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