Environmental Law Program

Hawaii among top states for clean energy jobs

2008-04-wind-farm-hawaii11“California, Texas, Hawaii, Maryland and Massachusetts were the top five states for growth in solar power-related job announcements in 2013, according to a nonpartisan business group. Read the full post »

Putting the “Wild” Back in Wildlife with Visiting Professor Daniel Rohlf

photo 4Visiting Professor Daniel Rohlf from Lewis and Clark Law School generously donated his time to give a presentation to Richardson students and faculty on “Putting the ‘Wild’ Back in Wildlife.”  Professor Rohlf had been teaching a short course on Wildlife law at Richardson this semester.  Read the full post »

ELP and the Indigenous Politics Program: Seed Politics and Practices by Allison Carruth

photo 3On February 7, 2014, the Environmental Program and the Indigenous Politics Program co-hosted a colloquium on “Seed Politics and Practices” featuring University of California Los Angeles Professor Alisson Carruth. Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Hawaii Legislative Process 101

ELP and the Filipino Law Student Association (FLSA) partnered to bring FLSA’s first “Anti-Imperialist Lawyering Series: the Hawaiʻi Legislative Process 101″ featuring law students and FSLA president, Khara Jabola-Carolus (’15) and ELP RA Shae Kamakaʻala (’14). Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: “The Road-Sharing Movement”

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On January 28, 2014, the WSRSL Environmental Law Program hosted a colloquium entitled “The Road-Sharing Movement: Philippine Environmental Law in Action” featuring internationally-renowned environmental advocate, Antonio Oposa Jr. Read the full post »

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