32 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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        PACE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW

Volume 32                Winter 2015                Number 1


                         CONTENTS

ARTICLES

The Tyranny of Plastics: How Society of
    Plastics, Inc. v. County of Suffolk
    Prevents New Yorkers from Protecting
    Their Environment and How They Could
    Be Liberated from Its Unreasonable
    Standing Requirements ..................... Albert K. Butzel  1
                                        & Ned Thimmayya

Arguments in Support of a Constitutional
    Right to Atmospheric Integrity ... Elizabeth Fuller Valentine  56

Regulation of Chemical Risks: Lessons for
    Reform of the Toxic Substances
    Control Act from Canada and the
    European Union ........................ Adam D.K. Abelkop  108
                                        & John D. Graham

Reexamining What We Stand to Lose:
    A Look at Reinitiated Consultation
    Under the Endangered Species Act .... Catherine E. Kanatas 225
                                       & Maxwell C. Smith

The Master Limited Liability Partnerships
    Parity Act: Friend or Foe? .................... Sonia J. Toson  285


THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL LLOYD K. GARRISON LECTURE

In Defense of Ecosystem Services ...................... J.B. Ruhl 306

COMMENT

Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District:
    Can Environmental Impact Analysis Preserve
    Sustainable Development From the New
    Reach of the Supreme Court's
    Exactions Jurisprudence? ................. Patrick F. Carroll 336

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