4 Seattle J. Envtl. L. [i] (2014)

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
VOLUME 4 * 2014 * NUMBER 1
ARTICLES

JEFFREY M. EUSTIS
DANIEL EDWARDS
MFON ETUKEREN
TRACY-LYNN HUMBY

RACHEL EMENS
LINDSEY WARD

MICHAEL W. MEREDITH

MICHAEL A. SCHUELER
ADAM SOLIMAN
DAVID A. BRICKLIN,
BRYAN TELEGIN &
HENRY W. MCGEE JR.
RHONDA L. ROSS
GREG BOOS,
GREG MCLAWSEN &
HEATHER FATHALI
MICHAEL C. BLUMM
MI

SQUARE PEGS IN ROUND HOLES: THE WASHINGTON COURTS'
MISAPPLICATION OF FEDERAL REGULATORY TAKINGS LAW
EPA'S PROPOSED NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARD: A
STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, BUT IS IT ENOUGH?
HYDROFRACKING AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: A PROPOSAL
TO LOWER THE THRESHOLD FOR EVIDENCE OF DISCRIMINATORY
IMPACT IN TITLE VI COMPLAINTS
LAW AND RESILIENCE: MAPPING THE LITERATURE
THE NOT-SO ENDLESS OCEAN: HOW THE COST OF CONVENIENCE
IS CLOSING IN ON US
THE LEGAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE
WASHINGTON SHELLFISH INITIATIVE: IS IT SUSTAINABLE?
FOUR LEGS TO STAND ON: THE UNEXPLORED POTENTIAL OF
CIVIL WAR ERA 'QUI TAM' SUITS TO ADVANCE ANIMAL RIGHTS
IN THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY
A SINKING FEELING: THE PROBLEM OF ABANDONED BOATS IN
WASHINGTON WATERWAYS
DO PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY?
EXAMINING INDIVIDUAL TRANSFERABLE QUOTAS IN FISHERIES
COAL AND COMMERCE: LOCAL REVIEW OF THE GATEWAY
PACIFIC COAL TERMINAL
BEYOND CAP & TRADE: A FRAMEWORK FOR DRIVING
SUSTAINABLE REDUCTIONS IN GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
CANADIAN INDIANS, INUIT, METIS, AND METIS: AN EXPLORATION
OF THE UNPARALLELED RIGHTS ENJOYED BY AMERICAN INDIANS
BORN IN CANADA TO FREELY ACCESS THE UNITED STATES
SALMON HATCHERIES AS FISH FACTORIES: FORGETTING THE
LESSONS OF LEOPOLD

Seattle University School of Law
Establish justice.

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