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Ann E. Carlson

Shirley Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law
Faculty Co-Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Vice Dean for Faculty Recruitment and Intellectual Life


Ann E. Carlson B.A. UC Santa Barbara, 1982
J.D. Harvard, 1989
UCLA Faculty Since 1994
carlson@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography | Courses

Books


Cases and Materials on Environmental Law (with Roger W. Findley, Daniel A. Farber and Jody Freeman). 7th ed. West Publishing (2006). With Teachers Manual. Supplement, 2008.


Articles and Chapters


Reverse Preemption (with Andrew Mayer), 40 Ecology Law Quarterly 583 (2013).

Regulatory Capacity and State Environmental Leadership: California's Climate Policy, 24 Fordham Environmental Law Review 63 (2013). 20th Anniversary Symposium Issue.

The President, Climate Change, and California, 126 Harvard Law Review Forum 156 (2013).

Designing a Durable Energy Policy (with Robert W. Fri), 142(1) Daedalus 119 (2013).

Designing Effective Climate Policy: Cap-And-Trade and Complementary Policies, 49 Harvard Journal on Legislation 207 (2012). Full Text

California Motor Vehicle Standards and Federalism: Lessons for the European Union, in Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation: The Shifting Roles of the EU, the US and California (edited by David Vogel et. al., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011).

Rules of the Game: Examining Market Manipulation, Gaming and Enforcement in California’s Cap and Trade Program (with Bowman Cutter, Rhead Enion and Cara Horowitz), Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment (2011). Full Text

Iterative Federalism and Climate Change, 103 Northwestern University Law Review 1097 (2009). Full Text

Energy Efficiency and Federalism, 107 Michigan Law Review First Impressions 63 (2008). Full Text

Implementing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Caps: A Case Study of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, 55 UCLA Law Review 1479 (2008).

Heat Waves, Global Warming & Mitigation, Issues in Legal Scholarship, Catastrophic Risks: Prevention, Compensation and Recovery (2007). Reprinted in 26 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 169 (2008). Full Text

Social Norms and Individual Environmental Behavior, 35 The Environmental Law Reporter 10763 (2005).

Classifying Social Norms, in The Jurisdynamics of Environmental Protection: Change and the Pragmatic Voice in Environmental Law (edited by James Chen, Environmental Law Institute, 2003). Full Text

Federalism, Preemption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 37 U.C. Davis Law Review 281-319 (2003). Full Text

Environmental Justice (with Jonathan Zasloff), Southern California Environmental Report Card 22-31 (2001).

Takings on the Ground: How the Supreme Court’s Takings Jurisprudence Affects Local Land Use Decisions, 35 U.C. Davis Law Review 103-69 (2001).

Recycling Norms, 89 California Law Review 1231-1300 (2001).

Standing for the Environment, 45 UCLA Law Review 931-1004 (1998).


Other


Only by Requiring Lifestyle Change, Not Suggesting It, 24 The Environmental Forum 48 (2007).