Environmental Law Program

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 »

Congratulations to Adam Roversi ’12 as this year’s Environmental Law Society Summer Grant Recipent

The Environmental Law Society is proud to present its annual summer grant to Adam Roversi ’12 who will be working at Earthjustice. Read the full post »

Sustain ELP Students E-Telethon

“Sustain ELP Students,” the campaign to raise funds for Environmental Law Program students, kicked off with the first ever ELP E-Telethon on April 29, 2011 and will continue through the summer. Over twenty ELP students and faculty dedicated their efforts to calling and emailing supporters. Read the full post »

Visiting Professor Seong Wook Heo On Climate Change and Social Discount Rate

On April 25, 2011, Professor Seong Wook Heo from Seoul National University Law School (SNU) spoke about his work on climate change and social discount rate theories. The talk was co-sponsored by SNU’s Center for Energy and Environmental Law and Policy (CEELP), Pacific-Asian Legal Studies (PALS), Center for Island Climate Adaptation & Policy (ICAP), and our Environmental Law Program (ELP). Read the full post »


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