Tracy Bach
40 Vt. L. Rev. 561  (2016).


Stephen Dycus

National Security Law,  6th ed. ( with William C. Banks, Peter Raven-Hansen & Stephen I. Vladeck) Aspen Publishers  (2016).
 
Counterterrorism Law , 3rd ed. (with William C. Banks, Peter Raven-Hansen & Stephen I. Vladeck), Aspen Publishers (2016).

John Echeverria

"Antonin Scalia's Flawed Takings Legacy,"   __ Vt. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2017).

Land Use Regulation: Cases and Materials(with Daniel Selmi et al),  Wolters Kluwer, (forthcoming 2017).

Kevin Jones
The Electric Battery: Charging Forward to a Low Carbon Future, (with Benjamin Jervey, Matthew Roche & Sarah Barnowski), Praeger, (forthcoming April 2017). 

"Distributed renewables in the new economy: lessons from community solar development in Vermont," (with Mark James), a chapter in Law and Policy for the New Economy: Sustainable, Just, and Democratic, Melissa K. Scanlan ed., Edward Elgar, (forthcoming 2017).

"Beyond community solar: Aggregating local distributed resources for resilience and sustainability," (with Erin Bennet, Flora Wenhui Ji & Borna Kazerooni), a chapter in Innovation and Disruption at the Grid's Edge: How distributed energy resources are disrupting the utility business model (Fereidoon P. Sioshansi ed., Academic Press, forthcoming June 2017).


"The Distributed Utility: Conflicts and Opportunities," (with Taylor Curtis, Matthew Roche, Dan Sauer, and Marc de Konkly Thege), a chapter in The Electric Battery: Charging Forward to a Low Carbon Future, Praeger, (forthcoming April 2017).  

"The Distributed Utility: Conflicts and Opportunities," (with Taylor Curtis, Matthew Roche, Dan Sauer, and Marc de Konkly Thege) a chapter in Future of Utilities-Utilities of the Future: How Technological Innovations in Distributed Generation Will Reshape the Electrical Power Sector, Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, ed. Academic Press, (April 2016).
Yanmei Lin
 
"International Perspectives: Citizen Suits in the U.S.," a chapter in Environmental Public Interest Litigation Annual Observation Report in China, Li Dun, Legal Press, (December, 2016).
 
 
"Digital Environment and Public Participation in China" (with Yin Hong), Southeast Academy Research 2016, No.254 (04) 95-100.
 
David Mears


" Flint, Michigan and the drinking water crisis" Trends ABA Section of Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources, (forthcoming 2017). 
Janet Milne

"Energy Tax Incentives: United States Perspectives," a chapter in Energy Taxation, Environmental Protection and State Aids: Trading the Path from Divergence to Convergence, (Pasquale Pistone and Marta Villar Ezcurra, eds.), (PBFD 2016).

Co-editor of Green Fiscal Reform for a Sustainable Future, N. Stoianoff et al., eds. (Edward Elgar 2016) The book is volumes XVII of the series, Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation.

Co-editor of Market Instruments and the Protection of Natural Resources, N. Stoianoff et al., eds. (Edward Elgar 2016). The book is volume XVIII of the series, Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation.
Aurora Paulsen Moses

"The Public Trust as an Antimonopoly Doctrine ," (with Michael C. Blumm), 44 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 1 (forthcoming 2017).

"Industrial Animal Agriculture in the United States: Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)," (with  Paige Tomaselli),  a chapter in International Farm Animal, Wildlife and Food Safety Law (Gabriela Steier & Kiran Patel eds.) (forthcoming 2017).
Jeannie Oliver

"The Energy Trilemma and the Smart Grid: Implications Beyond the United States," (with Benjamin K. Sovacool),  Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies 4(1)  (January, 2017).

Pat Parenteau

Craig Pease

"Environmental Protection Grinds to Halt with Neonicotinoid Pesticides," THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, Science and the Law column, (January-February 2017).

"Built Infrastructure and Climate Change in the American Southwest," THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, Science and the Law column, (November-December 2016).

"The Plight of the Bugs and the Failure of the Laws of Humans," THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, Science and the Law column, (September-October 2016).

"Knot Good: How Climate Change Harms Rich, Industrial Economies," THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, Science and the Law column, (July-August 2016).
Laurie Ristino

 A Changing Landscape: The Conservation Reader, (with Jessica Jay) Environmental Law Institute, (October 20, 2016).

"Losing Ground: A Clarion Call for Farm Bill Reform to Ensure a Food Secure Future," (with Gabriela Steier),  42  Colum. J. Envtl. L.1, (December 16, 2016).

"Legal democracy: using legal design, technology and com munications to reform  food and agriculture systems," a chapter in Law and Policy for the New Economy: Sustainable, Just, and Democratic, Melissa K. Scanlan ed., Edward Elgar, (forthcoming 2017).
Melissa Scanlan
 


"Climate Change, System Change, and the Path Forward,"  a chapter in  Law and Policy for the New Economy: Sustainable, Just, and Democratic , Melissa K. Scanlan ed., Edward Elgar, (forthcoming 2017).

Jessica Scott

"From Environmental Rights to Environmental Rule of Law: A Proposal for Better Environmental Outcomes,"  6 Mich. J. Envtl. & Admin. L.__ (2016). 
Carrie Scrufari
"Tackl ing the Tenure Problem: Case Studies Exemplifying Legal Innovations that Promote Equitable and Stable Land Access for New Farmers as Part of a Climate Change Solution," __ Colum. J. Envtl. L.__ ( forthcoming  spring 2017).

"Substances Generally Recognized as Safe - Until they're Not: Challenges in Protecting the Food Supply in a Processed World," __Stan. Envtl. L.J. __, (forthcoming spring 2017).

"Chickens and Cows are Not the Answer: Why Charity-Based Models Focused on Donating Livestock Will Not Solve Global Hunger," __ U. Md. L.J. Race Relig. Gender & Class __ ( forthcoming winter 2017).

"The Tipping Point: Can Walmart's New Animal Welfare Policy End Factory Farming?" 6 J. Agric. Food Sys. & Comm. Dev. 3 (June 2016), Winner of the Burton Law Student Distinguished Writing Award 2017.

"The National Gleaning Project: The Importance of Gleaning and Fresh Food Recovery in a Sustainable and Just Food System." (with Amber Leasure-Earnhardt and Rebecca Valentine) Springer International Library of Environmental, Agriculture and Food Ethics Series, (forthcoming spring 2017).

"Much Ado About Nothing: Does the Death of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Affect Global Food Safety?" __  Envtl. L. Rep. __ (forthcoming summer 2017). 

"A Watershed Moment Revealing What's at Stake: How Ag-Gag Statutes Could Impair Data Collection and Citizen Participation in Agency Rulemaking,"  __ Environs Env. L. & P. J. __  (forthcoming fall 2017).