SSRN PublicationsBooks, including monographs and treatises
ADJUDICATING CLIMATE CHANGE: SUB-NATIONAL, NATIONAL, AND SUPRA-NATIONALAPPROACHES (William C.G. Burns & Hari M. Osofsky, eds.) (approved and under contract)(forthcoming 2009, Cambridge University Press).
CLIMATE CHANGE AND PROPERTY RIGHTS: A CASEBOOK COMPLEMENT (Law Across Borders Series) (approved and under contract)(forthcoming 2009, Aspen Publishers). (with Hari M. Osofsky and William C.G. Burns)
The Right to Frozen Water: The Institutional Spaces for SupranationalClimate Change Petitions, in PROGRESS IN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: CONFRONTINGTHE 21ST CENTURY (Rebecca Bratspies and Russell Miller, eds.) (2008, Martinus Nijhoff).
Law Review Articles and other scholarly publications
Scaling "Local": The Implications of Greenhouse Gas Regulation in San Bernardino County, 30 Mich. J. Int'l L. 689 (2009).
Is Climate Change "International"? Litigation's Diagonal Regulatory Role, 49 Va. J. Int'l L. 585 (2009).
Climate Change Legislation in Context, 102 NW. U. L. REV. COLLOQUY245 (2008).
The Intersection of Scale, Science, and Law in Massachusetts v. EPA, 9OREGON R. INT'L L. (forthcoming 2008) (William C.G. Burns & Hari M. Osofsky, eds.). (Symposium Issue. Will be reprinted inADJUDICATING CLIMATE CHANGE: SUB-NATIONAL, NATIONAL, AND SUPRA-NATIONALAPPROACHES. Forthcoming 2009, Cambridge University Press.)
The Scale of Networks: Local Climate ChangeCoalitions, 8 CHICAGO J. INT'L L. 409 (2008) (Essay). (with Hari M. Osofsky and Janet Koven Levit)
The Geography of Climate Change Litigation Part II: Narratives ofMassachusetts v. EPA, 8 CHICAGO J. INT'L L. 573 (2008). (Awarded the Daniel B.Luten Award for the best paper by a professional geographer by the Energy andEnvironment Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers. Selected for the AALS-ASIL 2007 Joint Conference on International Law, Works-in-Progress Session.)
The Geography of Justice Wormholes: Dilemmas from Property andCriminal Law, 53 VILLANOVA L. REV. 117 (2008).
The Geography of Justice Wormholes: Dilemmas from Property and Criminal Law, 53 VILLANOVA L. REV. 117 (2008).
The Inuit Petition as a Bridge?: Beyond Dialectics of Climate Change andIndigenous Peoples' Rights, 31 AM. INDIAN L. REV. 675 (2007) (Symposium Issue). (William C.G. Burns & Hari M. Osofsky, eds.). (Will bereprinted in ADJUDICATING CLIMATE CHANGE: SUB-NATIONAL, NATIONAL, AND SUPRANATIONALAPPROACHES. Forthcoming 2009,Cambridge University Press.)
Local Approaches to Transnational Corporate Responsibility: Mappingthe Role of Sub-National Climate Change Litigation, 20 PAC. MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUS. &DEV. L.J. 143 (2007) (Symposium Issue).
A Law and Geography Perspective on the New Haven School, 32 YALE J.INT'L L. 421 (2007) (Essay). (Selected for Yale Journal of International Law Young ScholarsConference.)
Climate Change Litigation as Pluralist Legal Dialogue?, 26 STANFORDENVTL. L.J. & 43 STANFORD J. INT'L L. 181 (2007). (Joint Issue. Selected for StanfordClimate Symposium.)
The Geography of the North American Commission for EnvironmentalCooperation's Citizen Submissions Process: Mapping the State-Corporate RegulatoryDynamic, 14 MICH. ST. J. INT'L L. 463 (2006).
Learning from Environmental Justice: A New Model for InternationalEnvironmental Rights, 24 STANFORD ENVTL. L.J. 71 (2005).
The Geography of Climate Change Litigation: Implications forTransnational Regulatory Governance, 83 WASH. U. L.Q. 1789 (2005). (Actual publication in2006. Runner-up for Land Use and Environment Law Review's compilation of the topland use and environmental law articles of 2006.)
Defining Sustainable Development After Earth Summit 2002, 26 LOYOLAL.A. INT'L & COMP. 111 (2003).