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ARTICLES
Foreword
Gina McCarthy & Janet McCabe
The Uncomfortable Convergence of Energy and Environmental Law
Jody Freeman
Reconstituting the Federalism Battle in Energy Transportation
Alexandra B. Klass & Jim Rossi
Contaminated Childhood: How the United States Failed to Prevent the Chronic Lead Poisoning of Low-Income Children and Communities of Color
Emily A. Benfer
STUDENT NOTE
Extraterritoriality and the Electric Grid: North Dakota v. Heydinger, a Case Study for State Energy Regulation
Tessa Gellerson

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ARTICLES
Cost-Benefit Analysis and Arbitrariness Review
Cass R. Sunstein
Managing the Future of the Electricity Grid: Distributed Generation and Net Metering
Richard L. Revesz and Burcin Unel
Downstream and Upstream Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Proper Scope of NEPA Review
Michael Burger and Jessica Wentz
Constitutional Challenges and Regulatory Opportunities for State Climate Policy Innovation
Felix Mormann
Preventing Industrial Disasters in a Time of Climate Change: A Call for Financial Assurance Mandates
Zachary C.M. Arnold
COMMENT
Defenders of Wildlife v. Jewell
Claire M. Horan

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remarks
The Enduring Nature of the Chevron Doctrine
John C. Cruden and Matthew R. Oakes
Articles
Settling for Natural Resources Damages
Karen Bradshaw
Interstate Water Rights: Take No Drop for Granted
Amelia I.P. Frenkel
Disaggregating Preemption in Energy Law
Hannah J. Wiseman
Student Note
Reviving the Clean Air Act's Requirement that States Adequately Fund and Staff Clean Air Programs
Jessica Ranucci
Comment
Merrick v. Diageo Americas Supply, Inc.
Nate Bishop

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ARTICLES
Enhancing Conservation Options: An Argument for Statutory Recognition of Options to Purchase Conservation Easements (OPCEs)
Federico Cheever and Jessica Owley
How Cheap Is Corporate Talk? Comparing Companies’ Comments on Regulations with Their Securities Disclosures
James W. Coleman
Taking Costs into Account: Mapping the Boundaries of Judicial and Agency Discretion
Daniel A. Farber
Legislative Exactions and Progressive Property
Timothy M. Mulvaney
COMMENT
Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association and the Future of Seminole Rock
Robin Alexander Smith
ARTICLES
Fearful Asymmetry: How the Absence of Public Participation in Section 7 of the ESA Can Make the “Best Available Science” Unavailable for Judicial Review
Travis O. Brandon
Foreign Impacts and Climate Change
Arden Rowell
Making Sense of Extraterritoriality: Why California’s Progressive Global Warming and Animal Welfare Legislation Does Not Violate the Dormant Commerce Clause
Jeffrey M. Schmitt
Non-Transmission Alternatives
Shelley Welton
The International and Domestic Law of Climate Change: A Binding International Agreement Without the Senate or Congress?
David A. Wirth
COMMENT
CTS Corp. v. Waldburger
Michael Barclay


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SYMPOSIUM
Climate Regulation Under the Clean Air Act in the Wake of Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA: Introduction
Cecilia Segal
Why I Worry About UARG
Jody Freeman
Text in Context: The Fate of Emergent Climate Regulation After UARG and EME Homer
Ann E. Carlson & Megan M. Herzog
The Opinion Assignment Power, Justice Scalia’s Un-Becoming, and UARG’s Unanticipated Cloud over the Clean Air Act
Richard J. Lazarus
UARG—Not a Chef d’Oeuvre of Opinion Writing
Craig N. Oren
Anti-Regulatory Skewing and Political Choice in UARG
William W. Buzbee
But What About Texas? Climate Disruption Regulation in Recalcitrant States
Thomas O. McGarity
Toward a More Rational Environmental Policy
Richard L. Revesz
ARTICLES
Fracking, Federalism, and Private Governance
Amanda C. Leiter
Biodiversity on the Brink: The Role of “Assisted Migration” in Managing Endangered Species Threatened with Rising Seas
Jaclyn Lopez
Environmental Settlements and Administrative Law
Courtney R. McVean & Justin R. Pidot
Student note
Castles Made of Sand: Public-Interest Litigation and China’s New Environmental Protection Law
Daniel Carpenter-Gold
COMMENTS
Scialabba v. Cuellar de Osorio
Brenden Cline
EPA v. EME Homer City Generation, L.P.: Agencies Can Consider Costs in the Face of Statutory Silence
Ryland Li


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ARTICLES
Toward Greener FERC Regulation of the Power Industry
Christopher J. Bateman & James T.B. Tripp
Solving the CSO Conundrum: Green Infrastructure and the Unfulfilled Promise of Federal-Municipal Cooperation
Caswell F. Holloway, Carter H. Strickland, Jr., Michael B. Gerrard & Daniel M. Firger
Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Adapting Public Utility Commissions to Meet Twenty-First Century Climate Challenges
Inara Scott
Subsidiarity in European Environmental Law: A Competence Allocation Approach
Josephine van Zeben
case comments
Bell v. Cheswick Generating Station
Samantha Caravello
Chevron Deference and Interpretive Authority After City of Arlington v. FCC
Laura Myron

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