Environmental Law

Envt'l Law News VOLUME 31, NUMBER 1, SPRING/SUMMER 2022


Written by Jennifer L. Harder

Environmental Law News is pleased to publish the following articles in our spring issue:

  • Keith Solar and Lauren Presser mark the 50th anniversary of the Marine Mammal Protection Act with a review of its accomplishments, and a look ahead to the future of marine protection under the Act
  • Alec Tyra explores the legal landscape relevant to liability for PFAS contamination and the key question of insurance
  • Jana Zimmer examines enforcement policies and procedures at the California Coastal Commission and proposes a slate of reforms
  • Aaron Ferguson assesses the capacity for the National Environmental Policy Act to accommodate critical forest management projects
  • Beth Kent describes the importance of joint development of urban parks and affordable housing, previewing a policy paper slated for publication by UCLA
  • Gary Lucks provides his annual insightful review of recently enacted California environmental legislation

To foster a robust dialogue, Environmental Law News does not limit or seek to shape the views of authors; we welcome articles from all perspectives. To facilitate that dialogue, we have previously invited authors to submit articles articulating a different perspective on any of the issues addressed in our publications. In this issue, two new authors have accepted that invitation and provided responses to the article written by Phillip Williams in the Fall 2021 issue of Environmental Law News, addressing water rights and due process:

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