Presidential Exit (with J.B. Ruhl), Duke Law Journal
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United States Environmental Law (with Barton H. Thompson Jr.), in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Law (edited by J. Vinuales and E. Lees, Oxford Univ. Press, forthcoming).
Regulating Business Innovation as Policy Disruption: From the Model T to Airbnb (with Eric Biber, Sarah E. Light, and J.B. Ruhl), 70 Vanderbilt Law Review
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The Production Function of the Regulatory State: How Much Do Agency Budgets Matter? (with J.B. Ruhl and J. Nash), 102 Minnesota Law Review
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Mineral Estate Conservation Easements: a New Policy Instrument to Address Hydraulic Fracturing and Resource Extraction (with R. Jackson and J. Owley), 47 Environmental Law Reporter
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Beyond Zero-Sum Environmentalism (with J.B. Ruhl et al), 47 Environmental Law Reporter
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Rethinking NAFTA: Deepening the Commitment to Sustainable Development (with Daniel Esty), in A Path Forward for NAFTA (edited by C. Fred Bergsten and Monica de Bolle, Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2017).
Strategies for Zero Sum Challenges, UCLA School of Law Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper No. 17-10
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The Collision of Aspiration and Reality in Payments for Ecosystem Services, in Transformational Change in Environmental and Natural Resource Management: Guidelines for Policy (edited by M. Young and C. Esau, Routledge, 2016).
Regulatory Exit (with J.B. Ruhl), 68 Vanderbilt Law Review
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The Most Important Current Research Questions in Urban Ecosystem Services (with Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Robert Garcia, Keith Hirokawa, Kay Jowers, Jeffrey LeJava, Margaret Peloso & Lydia Olander), 25 Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum
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The Next Generation of Trade and Environment Conflicts: The Rise of Green Industrial Policy (with M. Wu), 108 Northwestern Law Review
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Turning the World Upside Down: How Frames of Reference Shape Environmental Law (with Martin Doyle), 44 Environmental Law 1 (2014).
Teaching Policy Instrument Choice in Environmental Law: The Five P’s, 23 Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum
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Climate Change Meets the Law of the Horse (with J.B. Ruhl), 62 Duke Law Journal
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Endangered Species Protection in a Changing Climate (with C. Parmesan), in Adapting to Climate Change (edited by C. Bauer and L. Gunderson, 2012).
Population (with A. Ehrlich), in Acting as if Tomorrow Matters: Accelerating the Transition to Sustainability (edited by John Dernbach, Environmental Law Institute, 2012).
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Role in International Law, 43 George Washington International Law Review
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Gaming the Past: The Theory and Practice of Historic Baselines in the Administrative State (with J.B. Ruhl), 64 Vanderbilt Law Review
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Just What is the Emperor Wearing? The Secret Lives of Ecosystem Services, 28 Pace Environmental Law Review
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The Curious Case of Greening in Carbon Markets (with William Boyd), 41 Environmental Law
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Climate Change, Dead Zones, and Massive Problems in the Administrative State: A Guide for Whittling Away (with J.B. Ruhl), 98 California Law Review
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Pursuing Geoengineering for Atmospheric Restoration (with Robert Jackson), 26 Issues in Science and Technology
67 (2010). Full Text
Massive Problems in the Administrative State: Strategies for Whittling Away (with J.B. Ruhl), 98 California Law Review 59 (2010). Reprinted in Land Use & Environmental Law Review (2011).
Conclusion: The Path to a Brighter Future (with Tun Lin & Timothy Swanson), in Economic Growth and Environmental Regulation: The People's Republic of China's Path To a Brighter Future (edited by Tun Lin & Timothy Swanson, 2010).
Recurrent Issues in Environmental Governance, in Economic Growth and Environmental Regulation: The People's Republic of China's Path To a Brighter Future (edited by Tun Lin & Timothy Swanson, 2010).
Who’s Number One? The Most Significant Cases in Environmental Law (with J.B. Ruhl), 26 Environmental Forum
36 (Nov./Dec. 2009). Reprinted as "New Kids on the Block – A Survey of Practitioner Views on Important Cases in Environmental and Natural Resources Law," 25 Natural Resources & Environment
45 (Summer 2010). Full Text
Regulating Climate: What Role for the Clean Air Act? (with Brigham Daniels), 39 Environmental Law Reporter
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Implementing the New Ecosystem Services Mandate of the Section 404 Compensatory Mitigation Program – A Catalyst for Advancing Science and Policy (with J.B. Ruhl, et. al.), 38 Stetson Law Review
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Is It Safe to Drink the Water?, 19 Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum
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Corn Futures: Consumer Politics, Health, and Climate Change (with J. Purdy), 38 Environmental Law Reporter Review
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Cross-Cutting Issues in the Sectoral Case Studies, in Economic Growth and Environmental Regulation: China’s Path to a Brighter Future (edited by Tim Swanson, 2008).
Making Sense of Information for Environmental Protection (with D. Kysar), 86 Texas Law Review
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The Importance of Population Stabilization to Sustainability (with A. Ehrlich), in Agenda for Sustainable America (Edited by John Dernbach, 2008).
The Law and Policy Beginnings of Ecosystem Services (with J.B. Ruhl), 22 Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law
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Negligence in the Air: The Duty of Care in Climate Change Litigation (with David Hunter), 155 Pennsylvania Law Review
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Ecosystem Services and the Public Trust Doctrine: Working Change From Within (with J.B. Ruhl), 15 Southeastern Environmental Law Journal
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A Field of Green? The Past and Future of Ecosystem Services, 21 Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law
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In Defense of Regulatory Peer Review (with J.B. Ruhl), 84 Washington Univ. Law Review
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Thirst: A Short History of Drinking Water, 18 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities
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Decentralized Administrative Law in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems
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Creating Markets for Ecosystem Services: Notes From the Field, 80 NYU Law Review
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"No Net Loss:” Instrument Choice in Wetland Protection (with J.B. Ruhl), in Moving to Markets in Environmental Regulation: Twenty Years of Experience
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The Perils of Payments for Ecosystem Services, 1 International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development 5 (2005).
Science in the Public Process of Ecosystem Management: Lessons from Hawaii, Southeast Asia, Africa and the US Mainland, 76 Journal of Environmental Management 19 (2005).
Labor Rights, Globalization and Institutions: The Role and Influence of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, in Social Issues, Globalization and International Institutions: Labour Rights and the EU, ILO, OECD and WTO (edited by Virginia Leary and Daniel Warner, 2005).
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Guidelines and Corporate Codes of Conduct, in The Auto Pact: Investment, Jobs and the WTO (edited by Maureen Irish, 2004).
Mozart and the Red Queen: The Problem of Regulatory Accretion in the Administrative State (with J.B. Ruhl), 91 Georgetown Law Journal
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Environmental Tribalism, 87 Minnesota Law Review
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Regulatory Traffic Jams (with J.B. Ruhl), 2 Wyoming Law Review 1 (2002).
Environmental Law, in The Rehnquist Court: Judicial Activism on the Right (edited by Herman Schwartz, Hill and Wang, 2002).
Paying to Protect Watershed Services: Wetland Banking in the United States (with J.B. Ruhl), in Selling Forest Environmental Services: Market-based Mechanisms for Conservation (edited by Stefano Pagiola, Joshua Bishop, and Natasha Landel-Mills, Routledge, 2002).
The OECD and Promotion of Global Labor Rights, in Ford Foundation's Project on International Organizations and the Social Aspects of Trade Liberalization (2002).
The Importance of Population Growth to Sustainability (with A. Ehrlich), in Sustainable Development in the United States Ten Years After the Earth Summit: An Assessment and Recommendations (2002). Reprinted in 32 Environmental Law Reporter 10559 (2002).
Changes in Pollution and the Implications for Policy (with D. Rejeski), in New Tools for Environmental Protection: Education, Information, and Voluntary Measures (edited by Paul Stern, National Research Council, 2002).
Seattle’s Legal Legacy and Environmental Reviews of Trade Agreements, 31 Environmental Law 501 (2001).
Executive Order 13,141 and the Environmental Review of Trade Agreements, 95 American Journal of International Law 366 (2001).
Environmental Apples for Oranges, 31 Environmental Law Review 11438 (2001).
Currencies and the Commodification of Environmental Law (with J.B. Ruhl), 53 Stanford Law Review
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Groundwater Ecosystem Services (with D. Culver), 20 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 479 (2001).
Wetland Value Indicators For Scoring Mitigation Trades (with L. Wainger and D. King), 20 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 413 (2001).
Protecting Natural Capital Through Ecosystem Service Districts (with G. Heal, et. al.), 20 Stanford Environmental Law Journal
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Protecting Ecosystem Services -- Science, Economics, and Policy (with G. Daily and B. Thompson), 20 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 309 (2001).
Labor Rights, Globalization and Institutions: The Role and Influence of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 21 Michigan Journal of International Law
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Earth in the Judicial Balance, The Nation (Sept. 2000).
Environmental Protection Beyond the Smokestack: Addressing the Impacts of the Service Economy, 7 Corporate Environmental Strategy 21 (2001).
Facing the Challenges of a Service Economy, 4 Environmental Science & Technology 512 (1999).
Beyond the Smokestack: Environmental Protection in the Service Economy, 47 UCLA Law Review
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Integrating Ecosystem Services into Environmental Law, in Managing Human Dominated Ecosystems (1999).
Product and Raw Material Eco-labels: The Case for a Trilateral Approach, in Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for US-European Cooperation on Asian Trade (Rowman and Littlefield, 1999).
Extended Producer Responsibility Programs and International Trade Law, in Extended Producer Responsibility Programs (OECD, 1997).
Eco-Labeling and International Trade: Getting Beyond the Conflict, in The Future of the Environment at The WTO (National Wildlife Federation, 1997).
Valuing Ecosystem Services, 24 Ecology Law Quarterly 887 (1997).
Sustainable Consumption and the Law, 27 Environmental Law 1243 (1997).
The Tuna/Dolphin Dispute Versus Free Trade in the Americas, in Conference Proceedings of the Second Annual Free Trade in the Hemisphere Conference (UNAM, 1996).
Cleaner Products and Green Marketing, in The Industry of Uruguay within the Framework of Sustainable Development (Uruguay Ministry of Environment, 1995). Conference Proceedings.
Greener Product Policy in Practice, in Green Goods (Swedish Ministry of the Environment, 1995).
Setting Environmental Goals, in Environmental Management (Croner Publications, 1994).
Trade Implications of Environmental Labelling Programs, in Life-Cycle Management and Trade (OECD, 1993).
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The Greening of Energy Policy in the 1990s (with E. Weiss), 63 St. John's Law Review 691 (1990). Reprinted in Public Utilities Law Anthology (1990).
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