GIELR Vol. XXII, Issue IV Now Available Online

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.