Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review
Boston Coll Environ Aff Law Rev
First published in 1971, Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review (EA) is the nation's second-oldest law review dedicated to environmental law. Having developed and maintained a national reputation as one of the country's leading environmental and land use journals, EA has the highest subscription rate among the law reviews at Boston College Law School. EA defines environmental very broadly. Indeed, Environmental Affairs is designed as a multidisciplinary scholarly journal which seeks to develop further an intelligent interchange on the recognition and solution of environmental problems. . . Far too frequently, much imagination remains inert and much initiative is lost because of the intellectual isolation of lawyers, scientists and other professionals. Environmental Affairs seeks to remedy the inadequacies of separate disciplinary structures and keep all its readers advised of significant related developments in other areas of learning. . . Environmental Affairs is intended to be a forum: A forum for the interchange of research opinion and commentary of scientists of various disciplines, administrators, planners, educators and lawyers. The list is not intended to be inclusive. We invite your response. Editors Note, 1 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. vi (1971).
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