Washington Journal of Social & Environmental Justice

Ocean Acidification

Featuring scholarship by leading academics and professionals in fields ranging from conservation and marine sciences to environmental law, this handbook aims to equip legal practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues presented by ocean acidification. This issue features analysis of domestic and international legal schemes, including the Clean Air Act, the public trust doctrine, and federal treaty and trust-created obligations to American Indian tribes.

Eminent authors featured in this issue include: Dr. Terrie Klinger and Dr. Jan Newton, co-directors of the Washington Ocean Acidification Center; Professor Mary Christina Wood, Philip H. Knight Professor of Law at University of Oregon; Professor Robert. T. Anderson, Professor of Law and Director of the Native American Law Center at the University of Washington School of Law, and the Oneida Indian Nation Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School; Professor William H. Rodgers, Stimson Bullitt Endowed Professor of Environmental Law; and Andrea Rodgers, public interest environmental attorney for the Western Environmental Law Center.

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