The following works appeared in Issue 1:
- L. Preston Bryant, Jr., Red, White and Green: A Federal Sustainability Vision for the National Capital
- Keith W. Rizzardi, The Duty to Advise the Lorax: Environmental Advocacy and the Risk of Reform
- Gordon Steinhoff, Naturalness and Biodiversity: Why Natural Conditions Should Be Maintained Within Protected Areas
- Michael Faure & Jing Liu, The Tsunami of March 2011 and the Subsequent Nuclear Incident at Fukushima: Who Compensates the Victims?
- Michelle S. Simon & William Pentland, Reliable Science: Overcoming Public Doubts in the Climate Change Debate
- Sarah Hilbert, A Legislative Solution to Environmental Protection in Military Action Overseas
- William Brice Fiske, Virginia’s Moratorium: Is Uranium Mining on the Horizon in the Commonwealth?
- Alexander MacDonald, Monsanto v. Geertson Farms: Congressional Intent, Judicial Infidelity, and the National Environmental Policy Act
The following works appeared in Issue 2:
- Kamille Wolff Dean, Corporate Social Responsibility and Conservation: The Preservation of Ecology and Culture to Sustain the Sea Islands
- Hilary Kao, Beyond Solyndra: Examining the Department of Energy’s Loan Guarantee Program
- Mia Shirley, Food Ordinances: Encouraging Eating Local
- Mary Button, Cleaning Up Space: The Madrid Protocol to the Antarctic Treaty as a Model for Regulating Orbital Debris
- Gary D. Godman, Countering Single-Use Bag Consumption with State Legislation: The Old Dominion Considers a New Trend
- Alexa Roggenkamp, Flooding on the Missouri River: How the Missouri Water System Could Benefit from a River Basin Commission
The following works appeared in Issue 3:
- Paulette L. Stenzel, Mainstreaming Fair Trade and Resulting Turmoil: Where Should the Movement Go from Here?
- Chad G. Marzen, Crop Insurance Fraud and Misrepresentations: Contemporary Issues and Possible Remedies
- Zdravka Tzankova, The Difficult Problem of Nonpoint Nutrient Pollution: Could the Endangered Species Act Offer Some Relief?
- Daniel Doty, Crushing Europe’s Pipeline Dreams: Russia’s Mineral Monopoly, Weakness in the European Energy Market, and Realism in the Future
- Deena Mueller, Immigration Reform’s Unintended Consequence: Providing Greater Justification for Border Patrol to Waive Environmental Compliance at the U.S.-Mexico Border
- Alexander Conser, Double Dipping: Utilizing Oil Wells for Geothermal Energy
- Emily Benz, Lessons from Fukushima: Strengthening the International Regulation of Nuclear Energy
- Tony Kupersmith, Cutting to the Chase: Corporate Liability for Environmental Harm Under the Alien Tort Statute, Kiobel, and Congress