The second issue of JESL’s eighteenth volume (published under the Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review) touches on a wide range of topics. The edition’s articles address energy issues stateside as well as water management abroad. The edition’s student-written notes highlight changes on the federal scene to how courts view both federal environmental statutory law as well as basic constitutional principles.

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Volume 18, Issue 2, Spring 2011

Articles

Assessing the Risks and Benefits of Hydraulic Fracturing, Jesica Rivero Gilbert

A Challenge for Federalism: Achieving National Goals in the Electricity Industry, Ari Peskoe

The Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement: The Beginning of the End of Egyptian Hydro-Political Hegemony, Abadir M. Ibrahim

Notes

What’s in a Label? FIFRA Regulations and the Preemption of State Tort Claims of Label Misrepresentation, Kristin R. Michael

In Closing the Door to Environmental Public Nuisance Claims, Did the Fourth Circuit Leave a Window Cracked, Katherine E. Vogt

Attempting to (De)Regulate Genetically Modified Crops: The Supreme Court Overrules the Injunction Denying Deregulation of Roundup Ready Alfalfa, Christine K. Lesicko

Stop the Beach Renourishment: Why Judicial Takings May Have Meant Taking a Little Too Much, Rachel S. Meystedt