Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Oh my goodness! I have fallen quite a bit behind on my posting. After 10 days in Australia (more to follow) 1 day stuck at JFK, 5 snow days, Thanksgiving, serving on a crazy intensive strategic planning committee, and strep throat I am finally emerging and trying to figure out what happened to November. Suddenly dawns on me that I better write my exam too! (anyone with old federal indian law exams lying around?)
So let's jump back into the meat of the matter and catch up on what has been going on with the Environmental Law Collaborative. Earlier in November, I posted a summary of the essays the Collaborative pulled together in the first week of November. These were posted on the Environmental Law Profs blog and final versions will appear in ELR (the Environmental Law Reporter) in January.
Deepa Badrinarayana examines climate change and national security.
Keith Hirokawa approaches climate change through systems thinking.
Alex Klass looks at climate change and cities.
Jonathan Rosenbloom proposes greater urban community collaboration.
Sarah Adams-Schoen takes on the suburbs.
Our own Stephen Miller discusses the bottom-up approach to climate change policy.
I look at the challenge of protecting habitat in a changing world.
David Takacs looks specifically at species extinction threats and REDD+.
Inara Scott argues that national security can be a hook for talking about climate change.
Katy Kuh contemplates agnostic adaptation policies.