Law & Policy Journals

Plastic Bag Law and Regulation

Jennie R. Romer & Leslie Tamminen
Tulane Environmental Law Journal
27 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 237 (2014)

Jennie R. Romer & Shanna Foley
Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal
5 Golden Gate Envt’l L.J. 377 (2012)

  • The Evolution of SF’s Plastic Bag Ban
  • Jennie Reilly Romer
    Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal
    1 Golden Gate Envt’l L.J. 439 (2007)

  • Concessions of a Shopaholic: an Analysis of the Movement to Minimize Single-Use Shopping Bags From the Waste Stream and a Proposal for State Implementation in Louisiana (available via Westlaw/Lexis only)

Rebecca Fromer
Tulane Environmental Law Journal
23 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 493 (2010)

  • A Sea Change to Change the Sea: Stopping the Spread of the Pacific Garbage Patch with Small-Scale Environmental Legislation (available via Westlaw/Lexis only)

Jessica R. Coulter
William and Mary Law Review
51 WMMLR 1959 (2010)

  • Main Ingredient in “Marine Soup”: Eliminating Plastic Bag Pollution Through Consumer Disincentive

Samantha Weinstein
California Western International law Journal
40 CA WILJ 291 (2010)

  • Sacking the Culture of Convenience: Regulating Plastic Shopping Bags to Prevent Further Environmental Harm

Bridget M. Warner
University of Memphis Law Review
40 UMPSLR 645 (2010)

Frank Convey, Simon McDonnell, Susana Ferreira
Environmental and Resource Economics
Environ Resource Econ (2007) 38:1–11

Adam Akullian, Carolin Karp, Kemen Austin, Drew Durbin
Brown Policy Review (Fall 2006)

Ocean Debris Regulation (references plastic bags)

Susan L. Dautel
Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal (2009)

Matthew Schoeder
Southwestern Journal of International Law (2010)
16 Sw. J. Int’l L. 265

Murray R. Gregory
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. (2009 July 27)
364(1526): 2013–2025

58 (2009) 287-289

Behavioral Economics

Haoran He
Department of Economics, School of Business, Economic and Law, University of Gothenburg

Johane Dikgang, Martine Visser
Environment for Development – Discussion Paper Series (March 2010)

Related Topics

Paul Diller
Boston University Law Review (2007)

Johane Dikgang, Martine Visser