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What Happens When the Green New Deal Meets the Old Green Laws?

This article assesses how the Green New Deal, and particularly renewable energy, will fare under current siting and environmental protection statutory regimes and concludes that for the Green New Deal to success in its renewable energy and infrastructure goals, these regulatory regimes will need to tolerate more streamlined, top-down, preemptive…
James Salzman
February 4, 2020
Adaptation as Risk ManagementJournal ArticlePrivate GovernanceRisk Management

Ecosystem Services and Federal Public Lands: A Quiet Revolution in Natural Resources Management

This article traces the policy evolution that embedded consideration of ecosystem services in lands management, assesses why and how that happened and what it means for the future of lands management, and argues that land management agencies' emphasis on the flow of ecosystem services from public lands to off-site human…
James Salzman
October 17, 2019