Scholarship

Several of my publications are available through my SSRN author page or through an author search on Santa Clara Law Digital Commons. If you are interested in locating a specific work feel free to contact me. A list of my publications follows.

Chapters

The U.S. System of Environmental Information Disclosure and its Role in Encouraging Public Participation in The International Experience in Environmental Participation. Lin and Lu, editors. (2015)

The Relationship Between Domestic and International Environmental Law in International Environmental Law: The Practitioner’s Guide of the Laws of the Planet. Martella and Grosko, editors. American Bar Association (2014)

The Top 10 Trends in International Environmental Law in International Environmental Law: The Practitioner’s Guide of the Laws of the Planet. Martella and Grosko, editors. American Bar Association (2014)

“We the People”: Environmental Petitioning and Public Participation in Environmental Enforcement with Xuehua Zhang, Ph.D. in Next Generation Environmental Compliance and Enforcement. Paddock and Wentz, editors. American Bar Association (2014)

Public Environmental Law in the United States in Public Environmental Law in the European Union and the United States: A Comparative Analysis. Seerden, Heldeweg, and Deketelaere, editors. Kluwer Law International (2002)

International Environmental Protection: Human Rights and the North-South Divide in Justice and Natural Resources: Concepts, Strategies, and Applications. Mutz, Bryner, and Kenney, editors. Island Press (2002)

Regulation of Transporters of Hazardous Waste and Materials with Skow in California Environmental Law and Land Use Practice. Manaster and Selmi, consultants. Matthew Bender & Co (1995) (Chapter 52)

Articles

The Case for U.S. Ratification of the Basel Convention on Hazardous Wastes, with C. Scott Fulton, New York University Environmental Law Journal (forthcoming 2016)

The Top 10 Trends in International Environmental Law, translated into Chinese by Wang, 17 Journal of Jiangsu University, Social Science Edition (Nov. 2015)

Symposium Introduction: 2014 Santa Clara Journal of International Law Symposium on The Environment and Human Rights, 13 Santa Clara Journal of International Law 1 (2015) | Link to Digital Commons

Introduction to California’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading Program, ___ Journal of Jiangsu University: Social Science Edition ___ (September 2013)

ASIL Insight: The UN Rio + 20 Conference on Sustainable Development – What Happened?, 16 American Society of International Law Insights [n.p.] (September 4, 2012) | Link to Full Text

Public Participation in Environmental Enforcement . . . with Chinese Characteristics?: A Comparative Assessment of China’s Environmental Complaint Mechanism?, with Zhang, 24 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 325-366 (2012) | Link to Full Text

The Emerging Practice of Global Environmental Law, 1 Transnational Environmental Law 53-64 (2012) (Invited essay for inaugural issue) | Link to Full Text

Environmental Tort Litigation in China, with Moser, 41 Environmental Law Reporter 1085-1091 (2011) | Link to Digital Commons

The Emergence of Global Environmental Law, with Percival, 36 Ecology Law Quarterly 615-664 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

The Implementation Challenge of Mitigating China’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 20 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 681-701 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

International Treaty Enforcement as a Public Good: Institutional Deterrent Sanctions in International Environmental Agreements, 27 Michigan Journal of International Law 1131-1184 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons

Choice and Fraud in Racial Identification: The Dilemma of Policing Race in Affirmative Action, the Census, and a Color-Blind Society, 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 367-418 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons

The Challenge of Treaty Structure: The Case of NAFTA and the Environment, 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 32-37 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons

The Problem of Maintaining Emission “Caps” Without Federal Government Involvement: A Brief Examination of the Chicago Climate Exchange and the Northeast Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, 17 Fordham Environmental Law Review 271-286 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons

The Effectiveness of the NAFTA Environmental Side Agreement’s Citizen Submission Process: A Case Study of Metales y Derivados, 76 University of Colorado Law Review 443-502 (2005) (Reprinted in 37 Land Use and Environment Law Review 377-439 (2006)) | Link to Digital Commons

The International Significance of an Instance of Urban Environmental Inequity in Tijuana, Mexico, 31 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1321-1331 (2004) | Link to Digital Commons

Of Borders, Fences and Global Environmentalism, 4 Chicago Journal of International Law 237-244 (2003) | Link to Digital Commons

Environmental Regulation, Tort Law and Environmental Justice: What Could Have Been, 41 Washburn Law Journal 607-628 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

Melding Civil Rights and Environmentalism: Finding Environmental Justice’s Place in Environmental Regulation, 26 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1-107 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

The Form and Substance of Environmental Justice: The Challenge of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for Environmental Regulation, 29 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 143-228 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

Free Trade and the Environment: The NAFTA, the NAAEC, and Implications for the Future, with Moreno, Rubin, and Smith, 12 Tulane Environmental Law Journal 405-478 (1999) (Excerpted in NAFTA and Free Trade in the Americas, by Folsom, Gordon, and Gantz. 2nd ed. Thomson/West (2005)) | Link to Digital Commons

Balancing Interests and Maximizing Rights in Environmental Law, (Symposium: Environmental Justice: Mobilizing for the 21st Century), 23 Vermont Law Review 529-544 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons

Race, Religion, and Cultural Identity: Reconciling the Jurisprudence of Race and Religion, 73 Indiana law Journal 119-185 (1997) | Link to Digital Commons

Other Articles

Introduction: Snapshots of the State of China’s Environmental Regulatory System, (Symposium: China in Transition: Environmental Challenges in the Far East), 8 Vermont Journal of Environmental Law 145-149 (2007) | Link to Digital Commons

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