26 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/penv26 and id is 1 raw text is: PACE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW
Volume 26                 Winter 2009                 Number 1
CONTENTS
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL LLOYD K. GARRISON LECTURE ON
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Global Climate Change: A Civic Republican
Moment for Achieving Broader Changes
in Environmental Behavior ................ Hope M. Babcock
NINTH ANNUAL GILBERT AND SARAH KERLIN LECTURE
Environment, Law, and Nonprofits: How NGOs
Shape Our Laws, Health, and Communities .... Peter Lehner  19
ARTICLES
General Permits Under Section 404 of
the Clean Water Act ..................... Steven G. Davison  35
Contextualizing Environmental Human Rights:
A Relativist Perspective ...................... Roda Mushkat 119
Negligence in the Paint: The Case for Applying the
Risk Contribution Doctrine to Lead Litigation -
A Response to Gray & Faulk ................. Peter G. Earle, 179
Fidelma Fitzpatrick,
and Douglas M. Raines
COMMENTS
In Search of a Cause: Addressing the Confusion in
Proving Causation of a Public Nuisance ....... Steven Sarno 225
The European Directive on the Protection
of Groundwater: A Model for
the United States .......................... Richard Thomas 259
How States and Municipalities Can Retain the
Power to Regulate Rail Carrier-Owned
Solid Waste Transfer Facilities in the
Context of the Metro Enviro Transfer, LLC
v. Village of Croton-on-Hudson and
Buffalo Southern Railroad, Inc. v.
Village of Croton-on-Hudson Decisions .... Christina Hawkins 289

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