Environmental Law Program

Alaya de Leon (’11 LL.M.) at the COP23

From November 6-17, 2017, Alaya (Aya) de Leon was in Bonn, Germany for the 23rd Conference of Parties (COP 23) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).  Fiji sat as COP President this year–the first Pacific Island and small island state to do so–although the conference was hosted in Germany, where the UNFCCC is headquartered. Read the full post »

ELP Alumni Update: Stewart Yerton (’11)

ELP alumnae Stewart Yerton (’11) currently works as a senior business reporter at the Honolulu Civil Beat.  As a William S. Richardson School of Law graduate, Stewart shows us one of the many opportunities for non-“traditional” legal careers. Read the full post »

CEO of Liberia’s EPA, Anyaa Vohiri (ELP ’98), Awarded Liberia’s Most Prestigious Award

This September, CEO of Liberia’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Madam Anyaa Vohiri, and the EPA both received honorable awards from the “Liberian CEO, Business and Leadership Awards. Read the full post »

Congratulations to Dean Antolini on her new IUCN Executive Committee Position

Congratulations to Dean Antolini on her recent election to the Executive Committee. Read the full post »

Melissa Miyashiro (’10) Participates in Rocky Mountain Institute’s (RMI) e-Lab Summit

In October 2017, Chief of Staff at Blue Planet Foundation, Melissa Miyashiro (’10), participated in Rocky Mountain Institute’s (RMI) e-Lab Summit in Albuquerque, New Mexico, an annual event that fosters a high-energy exchange of ideas and best practices to transform the electricity system. Read the full post »


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