We are pleased that Volume XXII, Issue IV of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review is now available to interested parties on Lexis and Westlaw. This issue includes:
- Article: International Chemical Control Laws and the Future of Regulatory Testing for Risk Assessment, by Todd Stedeford and Marek Banasik.
- Essay: Transition to Peace: Examining Divergent Approaches to Enacting Post-Conflict Environmental Laws in Afganistan and El Salvador, by Mishkat Al Moumin.
- Note: Carbon Storage: Discerning Resource Biases That Influence Treaty Negotiations, by Kirsten Braun.
- Note: Highway to the Danger Zone: Urban Sprawl, Land Use, and the Environment, by Morgan E. Rog.
- Note: Walking the Talk: The Effectiveness of Environmental Committments Made by Multilateral Development Banks, by Rachel Bowen.