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Environmental Law. Disrupted

@article{Scott2019EnvironmentalLD,
  title={Environmental Law. Disrupted},
  author={I. Scott and D. Tak{\'a}cs and Rebecca M. Bratspies and Vanessa Casado P{\'e}rez and R. Craig and Keith H. Hirokawa and B. Hudson and Sarah Krakoff and K. Kuh and Jessica Owley and Melissa Powers and J. Rosenbloom and Shannon M. Roesler and J. Ruhl and Erin Ryan},
  journal={The Environmental Law Reporter},
  year={2019},
  volume={49},
  pages={10038-10062}
}
The U.S. regulatory environment is changing rapidly, at the same time that visible and profound impacts of climate change are already being felt throughout the world, and enormous, potentially existential threats loom in the not-so-distant future. What does it mean to think about and practice environmental law in this setting? In this latest in a biannual series of postings and essays, the authors, members of the Environmental Law Collaborative (ELC), have taken on the question of whether… Expand
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