Volume 4, Number 1 | Spring 2013

The George Washington University
Journal of Energy and Environmental Law

Volume 4, Number 1 | Spring 2013


Articles

Improving Water Quality Antidegradation Policies
by Sandra Zellmer and Robert L. Glicksman

Success and Backlash: The Remarkable (Continuing) Story of the Clean Water Act
by William L. Andreen

Compartmentalized Thinking and the Clean Water Act
by Christine A. Klein

Collaborating to Nowhere: The Imperative of Government Accountability for Restoring the Chesapeake Bay
by Rena Steinzor and Shana Jones

Postcards From the Edge: Perspectives to Reinvigorate Clean Water Act Cooperative Federalism

by Alexandra Dapolito Dunn and Meghan Boian

Improving Energy Security With the Great Green Fleet: The Case for Transitioning From Ethanol to Drop-In Renewable Fuels
by Jonathan Dowling

Student Notes

Sitting on Their Ashes: Why Federal Regulations Should Plug the Gaping Holes in State Coal Ash Disposal Regulatory Regimes
by Robin Overby

Embracing Federalism Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fracking
by Caleb J. Osborne

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