Environmental Law Program

Lora Reeve ’12 Externs at The International Union for Conservation of Nature High Seas Task Force

Lora Reeve received an Environmental Law Program travel grant for her externship with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) High Seas Task Force this summer. For several weeks, Lora was based in Warsaw, Poland and worked under the guidance of Kristina Gjerde, the Policy Advisor for the Task Force. Read the full post »

Read ELP Alumnus Doug Codiga’s Journal About His Travels Around Asia

ELP Alumnus Doug Codiga ’94 traveled to Japan to teach a course entitled “Climate Change and Clean Energy Law and Policy in Hawaii and the Asia Pacific Region” at Shinshu University. In his travels he also he also gave presentations in Singapore and Shanghai and reports on the growing interest climate change and clean energy law. Read the full post »

ELP Grant takes Mele Coleman ’13 to the Fish and Wildlife Service in Arlington, Virginia!

Mele Coleman ‘13 was awarded one of the William S. Richardson School of Law Environmental Law Program’s travel grants this summer. Read the full post »

ELP Explores the North Shore Less Travelled in Waimea Valley

On May 28, 2011, William S. Richardson School of Law students, Randall Wat, Eric Seeleman, and Onaona Thoene, Professor Denise Antolini and Hawai`i Magazine’s Maureen O’Connell and photographers Robert and Sharon Smith, were fortunate to explore Waimea Valley on the North Shore. Read the full post »

Professors Maxine Burkett and Jon Van Dyke on Climate Change and Rising Sea Levels

Associate Professor of Law Maxine Burkett was quoted in the New York Times article entitled “Island Nations May Keep Their Sovereignty of Rising Seas Make Them Uninhabitable” by Nathaniel Gronewold of ClimateWire. Read the full post »


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