12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/vermenl12 and id is 1 raw text is: VERMONT JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
VERMONT LAW SCHOOL
Volume 12, Issue 1                                              Fall 2010
ARTICLES
The Environmental Laws of the 1970s: They Looked Good on Paper
William H. Rodgers, Jr.     .........................................1
Stop the Beach Renourishment Stops Private Beachowners' Right to
Exclude the Public
Sidney F. Ansbacher, Kristen G. Juras, and Robert K. Lincoln............43
Twists and Turns in Ancient Roads: As Unidentified Corridors Become a
Reality in 2010, Act 178's Shortcomings Come into Focus
Alexander Hood.................................               .......... 117
Towards Overcoming the Conflict Between Environmental Tax Leakage
and Border Tax Adjustment Concessions for Developing Countries
Jon M. Truby........................................           .....149
POLICY PAPER
Sustainable Communities for a Sustainable State: California's Efforts to
Curb Sprawl and Cut Global Warming Emissions
Mary D. Nichols.................................              .......... 185
NOTE
The Road Ahead: R.S. 2477 Right-of-Way Claims After Wilderness Society
v. Kane County, Utah
Andrew  Stone                                         .................... 193
BOOK REVIEW
The Legal Landscape - A Review of John Copeland Nagle, Law 's
Environment. How the Law Shapes the Places We Live
Julie Graves Krishnaswami...................................215

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