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Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy

The University of Washington School of Law and GreenLaw are proud to announce the Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. WJELP is a student-run and peer-reviewed journal publishing twice a year and supporting an investigative and interdisciplinary approach to analyzing environmental legal issues important to the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

WJELP will showcase the ideas pushing environmental law & policy in the region and across the country. Viewing WJELP online is always free of charge. Simply follow the subscribe link and provide your information to receive an email alert when each new issue is published.


Volume 4  | Number 1  | July 2014

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Laura Zippel, 2013-2014 Editor-in-Chief

July 2014

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Climate Change: Disappearing States, Migration, and Challenges for International Law

Sumudu Atapattu

July 2014

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Climate Variability, Land Ownership and Migration: Evidence From Thailand About Gender Impacts

Sara R. Curran and Jacqueline Meijer-Irons

July 2014

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Legal Study on the Climate Change-Induced Migrants in China

Deng Haifeng and Zhao Yumin

July 2014

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Climate Change, Gender Inequality and Migration in East Africa

Medhanit A. Abebe

July 2014

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CERCLA Apportionment Following Burlington Northern: How Joint and Severaly Liability Still Thrives--To the Surprise of Many

Ryan Brady

July 2014

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Washington's Water Right Impairment Standard: How the Current Interpretation Impedes the State's Policy of Maximizing Net Benefits

Matthew Rajnus

July 2014

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Exporting Coal, Importing Pollution: Can the Consumption of Coal Be Ignored Under NEPA and SEPA Analysis When Burned Overseas?

Ross Taylor

July 2014

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The Concept of Species with Constant Reference to Killer Whales

Thomas Wheeler

July 2014

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