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Environmental Law Review Volume 16, Number 2, Winter 2008
Climate Change and the Impotence of International Environmental Law: Seeking a Cosmopolitan Cure — Paul G. Harris
Splitting Genes: The Future of Genetically Modified Organisms in the Wake of the WTO/Cartagena Standoff — Samuel Blaustein
Protecting The Smile of the Great Spirit: The Need for Increased Stewardship of New Hampshire’s Shorelands — Andrew Herrold
Cracking Down on Coal: Pennsylvania Takes a Crack at Regulating Hazardous Mercury Emissions from Coal-Fired Power Plants with a State-Specific Rule that Is Stricter than the Federal Clean Air Mercury Rule — Wendy Jastremsky
Up In Smoke: Wholesale Marijuana Cultivation within the National Parks and Forests, and the Accompanying Extensive Environmental Damage — Warren Eth
In the comment, Recent Developments in the CERCLA Contribution Scheme and How They Should be Handled: U.S. v. Atlantic Research; Aviall Part II by Jacob M. Theis, published in Volume 16, Issue 1 of the Penn State Environmental Law Review, a portion of the conclusion was omitted due to publisher error. The omitted portions of the conclusion can be found in the Erratum section of Volume 16, Number 2 of the Penn State Environmental Law Review.