Environmental Law Program

ELP Colloquium

The Environmental Law Program is proud to sponsor colloquia that feature experts who speak on a variety of topics that relate to their work in the environment and natural resource fields. ELP hopes to organize colloquia that touch on a variety of pertinent topics to inform students, faculty, and the wider community in order to facilitate informed discussion and conversation.

Watch it Online

ELP streams each colloquium live online.  To begin the live stream, click here.

Past Colloquium

Matthew Adams Follows-up on the Citizen Suit for Pågat

Professor Fred Bosselman on Hawai’i’s Energy Plan

Susan Culliney on the Ecological Role of the ʻAlalā

Seoul National University Law School Protected Areas Symposium

3rd Annual Jarman Colloquium: Contesting the Case for a Thirty-Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea

Linda Sheehan on Legal Rights for Nature

International Environmental Scholar Jenny Grote Stoutenberg on Threatened Island States

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

2nd Annual Jarman Lecture Series: Conservation in a Changing Climate

Bruce Rich on a Global Economy Requires a Global Ethic

Visiting Professor Jae-Hyup Lee on Reforestation Efforts in Northeast Asia

Pågat Under Fire

Legislative Session 2011: Actively Participating to Protect Hawaii’s Environment

James Koshiba on the Role of Law Students in a Movement for More Sustainable, Compassionate, and Resilient Societies

Ala Loop Homeowners Association

Dr. Erika Techera on South Pacific Marine Protected Areas, Cultural Management, and Community-Based Management

Andy Winer on NOAA, Outreach Strategies, Ocean Policy, and the Obama Administration

Climate Change: Concern for Native Hawaiians and Their Guests

Sherry Broder on Black Carbon

Jarman Fellowship: Environmental Justice in Wai`anae

Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism (DBEDT) Energy Planning & Policy Branch

Doug Codiga on Hawai‘i Clean Energy Law