The Legislative History of the National Park Service’s Conservation and Nonimpairment Mandate

  This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. Click here to see the original article and leave a comment. By Caitlin Brown, a 3L at Berkeley Law and Co-Editor in Chief of Ecology Law Quarterly.    Introduction The National Park Service manages over 84 million acres of land divided between 413 different… Continue reading The Legislative History of the National Park Service’s Conservation and Nonimpairment Mandate

Our Money is Safe, but the Planet Is Not: How the Carbon Bubble Will Cause Havoc for the Environment, but Not the Stock Market

  This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. Click here to see the original article and leave a comment. By Breanna Hayes, Managing Editor, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law   Introduction   Human use of fossil fuels dates back to prehistoric times.[1] Before the Industrial Revolution, humans mostly relied on wood, wind,… Continue reading Our Money is Safe, but the Planet Is Not: How the Carbon Bubble Will Cause Havoc for the Environment, but Not the Stock Market