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Introduction: Twenty-Five Years Of The Gulf Of Maine Judgment, Charles H. Norchi 2010 University of Maine School of Law

Introduction: Twenty-Five Years Of The Gulf Of Maine Judgment, Charles H. Norchi

Faculty Publications

An overview and retrospective on the Gulf of Maine Maritime Boundary case. This decision is a milestone in oceans law, and it continues to effect fisheries, oil and gas exploration, alternative energy production, and other issues in Canadian-American relations and beyond.


Just A Reminder, Paul Huntington 2010 University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Just A Reminder, Paul Huntington

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

A musical exploration of the challenges of being a law student. Original music by Paul Huntington.


Climate Adaptation Policy At The Continental Level: Natural Resources In North America And Europe, Paul Stanton Kibel 2010 Golden Gate University School of Law

Climate Adaptation Policy At The Continental Level: Natural Resources In North America And Europe, Paul Stanton Kibel

Publications

This article assesses the extent to which the concepts of climate proofing and climate policy coherence have found expression in continental natural resource regimes established in North America and Europe. The article first examines the recognition of these concepts within three North American crossborder regimes directly impacted by climate change: the Waters Treaty between Mexico and the United States; the Pacific Salmon Treaty between Canada and the United States; and the North American Waterfowl Management Plan between Canada, Mexico and the United States. Next it considers the extent to which these concepts are reflected in recent European initiatives related to ...


The Public Trust Doctrine And The Great Lakes Shores, Kenneth K. Kilbert 2010 Toledo College of Law

The Public Trust Doctrine And The Great Lakes Shores, Kenneth K. Kilbert

Cleveland State Law Review

The shores of the Great Lakes may look serene, but they are a battleground. Members of the public enjoy using the shores for fishing, boating, birding, or simply strolling along and taking in the scenic vistas. Repeatedly, however, owners of land ordering the Great Lakes (i.e., littoral owners),' armed with deeds indicating they own the shore to the water's edge or even lower, have tried to stop members of the public from using their property above the water's edge. The right to exclude others from your property, the littoral owners argue, is one of the most important ...


Crossing The Home-Rule Boundaries Should Be Mandatory: Advocating For A Watershed Approach To Zoning And Land Use In Ohio, Melanie Shwab 2010 Cleveland State University

Crossing The Home-Rule Boundaries Should Be Mandatory: Advocating For A Watershed Approach To Zoning And Land Use In Ohio, Melanie Shwab

Cleveland State Law Review

This Article advocates that Ohio adopt a mandatory “watershed-approach” to land use planning and zoning throughout the state. Ohio should adopt this approach to increase water quality in the state by reducing nonpoint source pollution, achieve greater environmental regulation uniformity, and offset the unfettered zoning power of municipalities operating in the absence of a comprehensive plan.


Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. McCaffrey, Richard K. Paisley 2010 Pacific Resolutions in Victoria, Canada, and the United Nations Mediation Support Unit in New York

Beyond International Water Law: Successfully Negotiating Mutual Gains Agreements For International Watercourses, Alex Grzybowski, Stephen C. Mccaffrey, Richard K. Paisley

Global Business & Development Law Journal

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The Perils Of Privatization: International Developments And Reform In Water Distribution, Adam D. Link 2010 Pacific McGeorge School of Law

The Perils Of Privatization: International Developments And Reform In Water Distribution, Adam D. Link

Global Business & Development Law Journal

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The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller 2010 University of California at Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law

The California Public Utilities Commission's Pilot Program To Explore The Nexus Of Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation, Steven Weissman, Lindsay Miller

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


East Going West?: The Promise Of Assured Supply Laws In Modern Real Estate Development, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 319 (2010), Lincoln L. Davies 2010 John Marshall Law School

East Going West?: The Promise Of Assured Supply Laws In Modern Real Estate Development, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 319 (2010), Lincoln L. Davies

The John Marshall Law Review

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Rainwater Recapture: Development Regulations Promoting Water Conservation, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 359 (2010), Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer 2010 John Marshall Law School

Rainwater Recapture: Development Regulations Promoting Water Conservation, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 359 (2010), Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer

The John Marshall Law Review

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Burnham, Water, And The Plan Of Chicago: A Historical Explanation Of Why Water Was Ignored And The Consequences Of Ignoring Water, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 413 (2010), Virginia M. Harding 2010 John Marshall Law School

Burnham, Water, And The Plan Of Chicago: A Historical Explanation Of Why Water Was Ignored And The Consequences Of Ignoring Water, 43 J. Marshall L. Rev. 413 (2010), Virginia M. Harding

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Transboundary River Governance In The Face Of Uncertainty: Resilience Theory And The Columbia River Treaty, Barbara Cosens 2010 University of Idaho College of Law

Transboundary River Governance In The Face Of Uncertainty: Resilience Theory And The Columbia River Treaty, Barbara Cosens

Articles

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Evolution Of The Policies Surrounding Ground And Surface Water Management In The West, Barbara Cosens 2010 University of Idaho College of Law

Evolution Of The Policies Surrounding Ground And Surface Water Management In The West, Barbara Cosens

Articles

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Fiftieth Anniversary Note: A Devoted Reader's Appreciation Of The Natural Resources Journal, A. Dan Tarlock 2010 University of New Mexico

Fiftieth Anniversary Note: A Devoted Reader's Appreciation Of The Natural Resources Journal, A. Dan Tarlock

Natural Resources Journal

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Symposium—Critical Intersections For Energy & Water Law: Exploring New Challenges And Opportunities: Foreward, Alastair R. Lucas, Gregory S. Weber, Patricia K. Wouters 2010 University of Calgary

Symposium—Critical Intersections For Energy & Water Law: Exploring New Challenges And Opportunities: Foreward, Alastair R. Lucas, Gregory S. Weber, Patricia K. Wouters

Global Business & Development Law Journal

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Coal And Coalbed Methane Development In The Flathead—An International Water Dispute, Allan Ingelson, Lincoln Mitchell, Sean Assie 2010 University of Calgary

Coal And Coalbed Methane Development In The Flathead—An International Water Dispute, Allan Ingelson, Lincoln Mitchell, Sean Assie

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Governing The Tributaries Of The Mekong—The Contribution Of International Law And Institutions To Enhancing Equitable Cooperation Over The Sesan, Alistair Rieu-Clarke, Geoffrey Gooch 2010 University of Dundee

Governing The Tributaries Of The Mekong—The Contribution Of International Law And Institutions To Enhancing Equitable Cooperation Over The Sesan, Alistair Rieu-Clarke, Geoffrey Gooch

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Water Supply, Desalination, Climate Change, And Energy Policy, Robin Kundis Craig 2010 Florida State University College of Law

Water Supply, Desalination, Climate Change, And Energy Policy, Robin Kundis Craig

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Recycling The Process: Collaborative Interest-Based Negotiations In An Era Of Climate Change, David Aladjem 2010 Downey Brand LLP

Recycling The Process: Collaborative Interest-Based Negotiations In An Era Of Climate Change, David Aladjem

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Water And Geothermal Energy Development In The Western U.S.: Real World Challenges, Regulatory Conflicts And Other Barriers, And Potential Solutions, Kathleen Callison 2010 Law Office of Kathleen Callison

Water And Geothermal Energy Development In The Western U.S.: Real World Challenges, Regulatory Conflicts And Other Barriers, And Potential Solutions, Kathleen Callison

Global Business & Development Law Journal

No abstract provided.


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