ELAW Advocate, Spring 2014
ELAW partners in India, the Philippines, Australia, and around the world are doing inspired work to keep coal in the ground and move to a cleaner, greener, energy future. Read More

ELAW Bulletin Mangroves play a critical role buffering coastal communities against flooding and storms and provide habitat for thousands of species of birds and marine animals. Recent evidence suggests that mangroves sequester carbon very effectively and healthy mangroves could help protect our climate. Read More

ELAW provides opportunities for you to make a difference and protect our environment. ELAW U.S. relies on the generous support of volunteers, interns, and pro bono experts to help public interest environmental advocates defend our global environment. We need volunteers, interns, and experienced pro bono experts with various skills and interests to expand our capacity to meet the information and resource needs of our partners. Learn More

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ELAW is working with partners in Jamaica to protect key marine ecosystems. The Goat Islands, adjoining mangroves, and at least one fish sanctuary in the Portland Bight Protected Area may be destroyed to make way for a mega trans-shipment port, proposed by the international contractor China Harbour Engineering Company. Diana McCaulay, CEO of the Jamaica Environment […] Read more

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