Environmental Law

A journal investigating issues of environment law and policy on a local, national and international level.

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 4, Fall

Mountain Lions, Myths, and Media: A Critical Reevaluation of the Beast in the Garden
In 2003, David Baron wrote a controversial book entitled The Beast in the Garden: A Modern Parable of Man and Nature. The Beast in the Garden describes attempts by residents of Boulder, Colorado to coexist with a recovering mountain lion population....
The Rule of Capture and Its Consequences
As part of Lewis & Clark Law School's continuing celebration of the bicentennial of the Corps of Discovery's epic exploratory journey, the Oregon Law Institute and Lewis & Clark Law School hosted a symposium entitled the "The Rule of Capture...
The Rule of Capture and the Economic Dynamics of Natural Resource Use and Survival under Open Access Management Regimes
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE RULE OF CAPTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE HARVEST A. Rule of Capture for Natural Resources (Asset Stocks) B. Rule of Capture for Asset Flows C. Open Access and Extinction 1. The Dynamics of Open Access Harvest 2....