• The characterization of regional ozone transport 

    Dionisio, Mariana Costa (2010-10-11)
    Among the most ubiquitous and persistent air quality problems facing urban areas are high concentrations of gas phase oxidants and fine particulate matter. Ozone and particulate matter concentrations in urban areas are ...
  • Environmental Federalism when Numbers Matter More than Size 

    Adelman, David E. (The Center for Global Energy, International Arbitration, and Environmental Law, 2015-03-06)
    Two elements of the Clean Air Act are viewed as essential to its many successes: the health-based national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS), which restrict emissions of six widely released air pollutants, and the ...
  • Rethinking Judicial Review of Expert Agencies 

    Wagner, Wendy E.; Fisher, Elizabeth; Pascual, Pasky
    The role of generalist courts in reviewing the work of expert agencies is generally portrayed as either an institutional necessity on the one hand or a Pandora’s Box on the other. Courts are expected to ensure the ...