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In This Issue: Professor May Publishes Book on Constitu-tional Principles of Environmental Law Clinic Settles Case to Protect ThreatenedSpecies Environmental Law Center Examines CoastalPast, Present and Future of the Coastal ZoneAct Faculty Spotlight: Global leader John Dernbach Amy Sinden, Lisa Heinzerling and PatriciaSalkin featured in ELC’s Speaker SeriesABA Publishes Book on Constitu-tional Principles of EnvironmentalLaw Edited by Professor May“These days, it’s hard to imagine any environmentallaw or policy bromide that doesn’t contain solubleconstitutional components, from climate change tospecies loss, from air to water pollution, from theboardroom to the courtroom, and from the vast hall-ways of administrative agencies to legislative hallsin Washington, D.C., and in state capitols through-out the country,” writes Professor James R. May inthe preface to Principles of Constitutional Environ-mental Law.Recently co-published by the American Bar Asso-ciation and the Envir...