ELAW E-Bulletin Archive

  • 28 January, 2015

    ELAW eBulletin
    ELAW partners in India, Russia, the Philippines, Pakistan, Jamaica, and around the world are making news, and ELAW is tweeting it.

  • 12 January, 2015

    ELAW eBulletin
    Oksana is our latest ELAW Fellow. She traveled from Ulan-Ude in Russia's Buryatia Republic, where she is chair of the Department of Ecology, Health and Safety at the East Siberia State University of Technology and Management, where she also studies law.

  • 06 January, 2015

    ELAW eBulletin
    ELAW partners in South Africa secured a major victory affirming the right to access environmental information from corporations when it is needed to protect constitutional rights.

  • 29 December, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    10 Years Later Ten years ago, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake off the coast of Indonesia triggered the Indian Ocean tsunami. More than 225,000 people in 14 countries lost their lives. ELAW Staff Scientist Heidi Weiskel reflects on that disaster in a Guest Viewpoint in today's Register-Guard.

  • 23 December, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    ELAW partners in Egypt at the Habi Center for Environmental Rights are celebrating victory for the community of Arab Abu Saa'id.

  • 18 December, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Dear friends, With the gift-giving season in full swing, please consider making a gift to ELAW to honor someone you love and protect the environment. When you make a gift to ELAW in honor of a friend or loved one, we will send the recipient a personalized, seasonal wildlife card.

  • 18 December, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Nobody likes trash. All over the world, we should produce less of it. Here in Eugene, we have good systems for reducing, re-using, and recycling waste. ELAW fellows from Mexico, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Slovakia, and more have taken home valuable lessons from touring our local municipal solid waste operations.

  • 15 December, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    ELAW partners in Panama have reported a great victory for indigenous Kuna communities and fragile marine ecosystems!

  • 25 November, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Many land disputes that end up in Uganda's courts have roots in environmental problems: access to clean water, intact forests, and lands where communities grow food.

  • 19 November, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Tanzania's Maasai have been told to leave their historic homeland by the end of the year to make way for a hunting reserve for the Dubai royal family, reports The Guardian.

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