Articles by Barrett Ristroph

Ristroph, E.B. 2022. “Human Rights Due Diligence: Why It Matters and Why It’s Not Enough Without Access to Remedies for Human Rights Violations,” Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 48.2: 417-434.

Bolduc, S., J. Knox, and E.B. Ristroph. 2022. “Evaluating Team Dynamics in Interdisciplinary Science Teams: New Tools in Formative Assessment,” Higher Education Evaluation and Development (Sep. 13).  

Ristroph, E.B. (ed.)  2022. Who is Indigenous? Perspectives on Indigeneity, Identity, Dispossession, and Transition.

Ristroph, E.B.  2022. “How Alaska Native Corporations Can Better Support Alaska Native Villages,” American Indian Law Journal 10(1):64-94.

Ristroph, E.B. 2021, “Navigating climate change adaptation assistance for communities: a case study of Newtok Village, Alaska.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences,

Ristroph, E.B. 2021. “The Morasses of Louisiana’s Coastal Restoration.” LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources 9:2.

Howe, C. and K. Anderson, A.R. Siders, B. Ristroph, K. Spidalieri, J. Li, W. Burns, E. Kronk Warner, H. Tanana, H. Vizcarra. 2021. “Climate Change.” Chapter 24 in Law of Environmental Protection. Environmental Law Institute.

Ristroph, E.B. 2021. “Subsistence in Alaska Native Villages: Adapting in the Face of Climate Change and Government Regulations.” Ch. 5 in Adapt and Be Adept, by Terry Anderson (Ed.) Stanford University.

Ristroph, E.B. 2020. “Saving the Forgotten Crown Jewel of Louisiana’s Wetlands: Political Challenges to Preserving the Atchafalaya River Basin.” Loyola Public Interest Journal 22(1): 108-131.

Ristroph, E.B. 2020. “Can adaptive management help Alaska’s natural resource managers respond to climate change?” Natural Resources Journal 60 (1): 47-62.

Shen, S, and E.B. Ristroph. 2019 “Are Climate-Vulnerable Communities Getting More Disaster Declarations? A Case Study of Flood-Prone Indigenous Communities in Alaska.” Natural Hazards Review 21(1): 05019004.

Ristroph, E.B. and M. Robards. 2019. “Preparing for the Aftermath of Drilling on Arctic Lands.” Journal of Energy Law and Resources 8(1):155-206.

Ristroph, E.B.  2019. “Still Melting: How Climate Change and Subsistence Laws Constrain Alaska Native Village Adaptation.” University of Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review 30(2):245-286.

Ristroph, E.B. 2019. “Fulfilling Climate Justice and Government Obligations to Alaska Native Villages: What Is the Government Role?” William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 43(2):501-539.

Ristroph, E.B. 2019. “Avoiding Maladaptations to Flooding and Erosion: A Case Study of Alaska Native Villages.” Ocean and Coastal Law Journal 24(2):110-135.

Ristroph, E.B. 2019. “Improving Justice and Avoiding Colonization in Managing Climate Change-Related Disasters: A Case Study of Alaska Native Villages.” American Indian Law Journal 7(2):97-128.

Ristroph, E.B. 2019. “Addressing Climate Change Vulnerability in Alaska Native Villages Through Indigenous Community Knowledge.” Sociology Study 9(1):1-19

Ristroph, E.B  How Can Laws, Institutions, and Plans Facilitate Alaska Native Village Adaptation to Climate Change? Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Hawaii at Manoa. 2018.

Ristroph, E.B. 2018. “Toward More Community Oriented and Collaborative Planning: A Case Study of Alaska Native Village Planning for Climate Change.” Civil Engineering and Urban Planning 5(2/3/4): 1-19.

Ristroph, E.B. 2018. “Improving the Quality of Alaska Native Village Climate Change Planning.” Journal of Geography and Regional Planning 11(10):143-155.

Ristroph, E.B. 2017. “Presenting a Picture of Alaska Native Village Adaptation: A Method of Analysis.” International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 5(9): 762-775.

Ristroph, E.B. 2017. “When Climate Takes a Village: Legal Pathways Toward the Relocation of Alaska Native Villages.” Climate Law 7(4): 259-289.

Ristroph, E.B. 2017. “Pacific Walrus Protection and Management in a Changing Climate.” BRICS Law Journal 4(2): 6-39.

Ristroph, E.B. 2016. “Strategies for Strengthening Alaska Native Village Roles in Natural Resource Management.” Willamette Environmental Law Journal 4: 57-124.

Ristroph, E.B. 2015. “Traditional Cultural Districts—An Opportunity for Alaska Tribes to Protect Subsistence and Traditional Lands.” Alaska Law Review 31(2):211-229.

Ristroph, E.B. and Anwar Hussain. 2015. “Wilderness: Good for Alaska, Economic and Legal Perspectives on Alaska’s Wilderness.” Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 4(2):424-481.

Ristroph, E.B. 2014. “Loosening Lips to Avoid Sinking Ships: Designing a Ship Communications System for the Bering Strait Region.” Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 24(3):581-664. 

Ristroph, E.B. 2012. “Integrating Community Knowledge into Environmental and Natural Resource Decision-Making: Notes from Alaska and Around the World.” Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment 3(1):81-132.

Ristroph, E.B. 2012. “The Role of Philippine Judges in Establishing the Environmental Rule of Law.” Environmental Law Reporter News and Analysis 42(9).

Ristroph, E.B. 2010. “Alaska Tribes’ Melting Subsistence Rights.” Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. 1:47-101.

Ristroph, E.B. 2008. “The Survival of Customary Law in the Northern Mariana Islands.” Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law. 8(1):32-65.

Casey, M.R. and Ristroph, B. 2007. “Boomerang Litigation: How Convenient Is Forum Non Conveniens in Transnational Litigation?” BYU International Law & Management Review 4(1):21-52.

Ristroph, E.B. and Fedyaev, I. 2006. “Obstacles to Environmental Litigation in Russia and the Potential for Private Actions.” Environs Law and Policy Journal 29(1):221-254.

Ristroph, E.B. 2005. “Leave it to the Scientists! An Examination of Russian Environmental Policy-Making.” Albany Law Environmental Outlook Journal 10:33-84.

Ristroph, E.B. 2004. “How Can the United States Correct Multi-National Corporations’ Environmental Abuses Committed in the Name of Trade?” Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 15:51-100.

Kanner, A., Casey, R.  & Ristroph, B. 2003. “New Opportunities for Native American Tribes to Pursue Environmental and Natural Resources Claims.” Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum  14:155.