Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy

Volume 6

Issue 2 July 2016

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1 Front Pages - Table of Contents

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2 Commentary: Ocean Acidification as a Problem in Systems Thinking

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Terrie Klinger & Jan Newton
3 Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem

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Scott C. Doney, Victoria J. Fabry, Richard A. Feely, & Joan A. Kleypas
4 Ocean Acidification Through the Lens of Ecological Theory

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Brian Gaylord et al.
5 Ten Ways States Can Combat Ocean Acidification (and Why They Should)

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Ryan P. Kelly & Margaret R. Caldwell
6 Ocean Acidification: Legal and Policy Responses to Address Climate Change's Evil Twin

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Eric V. Hull
7 Dealing with Ocean Acidification: The Problem, The Clean Water Act, and State and Regional Approaches 

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Robin Kundis Craig
8 Commentary: Federal Treaty and Trust Obligations, and Ocean Acidification

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Robert T. Anderson
9 "Fed" Up with Acidification: "Trusting" the Federal Government to Protect the Tulalip Tribes' Access to Shellfish Beds 

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Jacqueline M. Bertelsen
10 Commentary: The Revival of Climate Change Science in U.S. Courts

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William H. Rodgers & Andrea K. Rodgers
11 Continuing to Lead: Washington State's Efforts to Address Ocean Acidification 

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Amanda M. Carr
12 Using the Clean Water Act to Tackle Ocean Acidification: When Carbon Dioxide Pollutes the Oceans

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Miyoko Sakashita
13 Ocean Acidification and the UNFCCC: Finding Legal Clarity in the Twilight Zone 

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Ellycia R. Harrould-Kolieb
14 Atmospheric Trust Litigation and the Constitutional RIght to a Healthy Climate System: Judicial Recognition at Last

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Mary Christina Wood & Charles W. Woodward IV

Issue 1 June 2016

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1 Front Pages - Table of Contents

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2 Incorporating Community-Based Observing Networks and Systems:  Enhancing Community Preparedness and Response to Arctic Critical Events

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Lilian Alessa, Paula Williams, Andrew Kliskey, and Grace Beaujean
3 Filling Holes in the Air: Why the Ninth Circuit in Pakootas v.Teck Cominco Should Decline to Open Up a New Hole in Coverage that Would Circumvent CERCLA Arranger Liability for Sites Contaminated by Aerial Emissions

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Frank Cioffi
4 ARCTIC LAW AND POLICY YEAR IN REVIEW: 2015

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Arctic Law & Policy Institute, University of Washington

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