Associate Professor of Law
Wold, Hunter & Powers, Climate Change and the Law (2009).
United States Municipal Climate Plans: What Role Will Cities Play in Climate Change Mitigation?, in Local Climate Change Law: Environmental Regulation in Cities and other Localities (The IUCN Academy of Environmental Law series) (ed. Richardson)(2012).
Land Use Regulation versus Property Rights: What Oregon=s Recent Battles Could Mean for Sustainable Governance, in Governance for Sustainability: Issues, Challenges and Successes (eds. Bosselman, Engel, & Taylor) (2008).
Crimes Against the Environment, 2004 Update (authored Chapters 4 and 5; Susan Mandiberg authored the remaining chapters) (2004).
Small is (Still) Beautiful: Designing U.S. Energy Policies to Increase Localized Renewable Energy Generation, 30 Wis. Int’l L. J (forthcoming 2012).
Country Report: USA, Climate Change in the Supreme Court, 1 IUCN Academy of Environmental Law e-Journal 245 (2012).
King Corn: Will the Renewable Fuel Standard Eventually End Corn Ethanol=s Reign?, 11 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 667 (2010).
The Cost of Coal: Climate Change and the End of Coal as a Source of “Cheap” Electricity, U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 407 (2010).
Integrating the Clean Air Act with Cap-and-Trade, 37 Rutgers L. Rec. 150 (2010).
The New U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard: Slow Movements Towards Sustainability, IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E-Journal (2010).
United States Country Report: Developments in Climate Change Law, IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E-Journal (2010).
Avoiding Dam Breaching Through Offsite Mitigation: NMFS=s 2000 Biological Opinion on the Columbia Basin Hydroelectric Operations, 32 Envtl. L. 241 (2002) (with Michael C. Blumm).
The Spirit of the Salmon: How the Tribal Restoration Plan Could Restore Columbia Basin Salmon, 30 Envtl. L. 867 (2000).