Environmental Law Program

Observations from December Symposium on Climate Change

In December 2016, the White House Council on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Alaska and Hawaii Sea Grant Programs, and the William S. Richardson School of Law Environmental Law Program, presented a two day symposium, titled Climate Displacement, Migration, and Relocation. Read the full post »

Weekend at Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge – Guest Contributor: Lucy Brown (ELP Student)

On October 28-30, 2017, students from Dean Antolini’s Environmental Law class enjoyed a weekend service trip to the Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge located in Hilo, Hawaii.  Lucy Brown, ELP student, shares her memorable experience: Read the full post »

ELP Alum Jael Eli Makagon (’08) Public Policy Update

Our last update from ELP alum Jael Eli Makagon (’08) came soon after he started working for Natural Justice, an international development NGO in Cape Town, South Africa in 2012. After living in Cape Town for six months, Jael moved to New York City to conduct outreach and advocacy at the United Nations and other international institutions on behalf of Natural Justice’s local community partners. Read the full post »

Guest Contributor Erin Shew on Climate Displacement, Migration, and Relocation

This symposium summary captures the discussions and next steps that took place during the workshops that occurred as part of the Symposium on Climate Displacement, Migration, and Relocation on December 12-13, 2016. Read the full post »

Energy Justice Program Attends 1st World Community Power Conference in Fukushima Japan

molokai-at-wcpcFour Richardson students (Claire Colegrove ’17, Arielle Kramer ’17, Rachel James ’18, and Sean Aronson ’17) recently travelled to Japan to attend the inaugural World Community Power Conference (WCPC2016) in Fukushima, Japan. Read the full post »


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