Tag Archives: Danielle Spiegel-Feld
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Reforming Electricity Regulation in New York State: Lessons from the United Kingdom

Authors: Danielle Spiegel-Feld and Benjamin Mandel In the order instituting New York’s “Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)” proceeding, the Public Service Commission indicated that the United Kingdom’s novel approach to network regulation known as “RIIO” could serve as a model for reforms in New York State. However, in light of a dearth of up-to-date and […]

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In the LNG Export Debate, the WTO Can’t be Ignored

By Danielle Spiegel-Feld Published in Breaking Energy June 23, 2014 If history is any guide, the Russian energy firm Gazprom’s recent decision to cut off gas to Ukraine will stoke the already raging debate over whether the Department of Energy (DoE) should allow increased natural gas exports from the United States. Stakeholders have raised myriad economic and environmental concerns […]

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Whither Article XX? Regulatory Autonomy Under Non-GATT Agreements After China—Raw Materials 38 Yale J. Int’l L. (Online) (2012)

Author: Danielle Spiegel-Feld (with Stephanie Switzer) On January 30, 2012 the Appellate Body to the World Trade Organization (WTO) released a decision in China—Measures Relating to the Exportation of Various Raw Materials (Raw Materials) in which it condemned China’s refusal to freely export certain raw materials mined within its territory. Apart from the significant political implications of […]

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Ensuring that Imported Biofuels Abide by Domestic Environmental Standards: Will the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade Tolerate Asymmetrical Compliance Regimes? 29 Pace Envt’l L. Rev. 79 (2011)

Author: Danielle Spiegel-Feld From an environmental standpoint, not all biofuels are alike.  If produced from sustainably harvested feedstocks using energy efficient production processes, biofuels can help to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the transportation sector. If, however, biofuels are produced from unsustainably harvested feedstocks using energy intensive production processes, biofuels can have the opposite […]

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Can the Public Trust Doctrine Save Western Groundwater? 18 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 412 (2010)

Author: Danielle Spiegel-Feld Nationwide, Americans pump approximately eighty-three billion gallons of groundwater per day. 1This staggering rate of withdrawal is unsustainable in many areas and jeopardizes the longevity of one of our most vital natural resources. Several authors have proposed extending the public trust doctrine 3 to groundwater to force greater conservation. They hope that if the public […]