ELQ’s latest issue, 37(4), is now available online. It begins with a warm tribute to the late Phil Frickey. The articles cover a wide range of topics, from Canadian environmental to renewable energy siting, genetics and the Endangered Species Act, and the role of tribes in water pollution regulation in Maine. The issue closes with a review of Tim Egan’s latest book, The Big Burn.
Check it out, using the links below or directly from ELQ’s website.
- Philip Frickey (In Memoriam) Christine Malumphy & Emily Tredeau
- What Ever Happened to Canadian Environmental Law? Stepan Wood, Georgia Tanner, & Benjamin J. Richardson
- Siting Renewable Energy: Land Use and Regulatory Context Uma Outka
- The Use of Population Genetics in Endangered Species Act Listing Decisions Ryan Kelly
- A Single Penny, an Inch of Land, or an Ounce of Sovereignty: The Problem of Tribal Sovereignty and Water Quality Regulation Under the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act Cassandra Barnum
- Present at the Creation: The 1910 Big Burn and the Formative Days of the U.S. Forest Service Michael Blumm