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New on the blog today! the latest piece from the Environmental Law Review Syndicate, "Flying the Coop: The Trump Administration’s (Mis)Interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act"Read More
This week on the blog: Junior Editor Lauren Ashley Week on the shortcomings of San Francisco's efforts to address housing insecurityRead More
RT @ResourcesMag: While ambitious #ClimateChange policies can deeply reduce emissions, they also have the potential to exacerbate energy po…Read More
New blog post to day from MJEAL Editor Taylor Wilson - "Connections to the Past: Understanding County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund" - check it out here:Read More
RT @DebHaalandNM: A voice like mine has never been a Cabinet secretary or at the head of the Department of Interior. Growing up in my moth…Read More
RT @ENERGY: What are you doing to expand the gender diversity of the energy workforce? Join us for the @C3E_EnergyWomen Symposium with @m…Read More
Happy Friday! New blog post this morning from @HofferthSydney with a bit of that @UMichLaw #goblue spirit! "Hail to the ESA: Why the Decision to Deny Protection to Wolverines Was Misguided" https://t.co/XjpqPfFnYlRead More
New piece published on the blog today as part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate, HLS's @gracelandfield writes "'A Great Deal of Discretion': Bostock, Plain Text, and the Future of Climate Jurisprudence."Read More
RT @YaleE360: The accession of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court will cement a conservative majority that is likely to give polluting…Read More
.@UMichLaw Professor Uhlmann's latest report on pollution prosecution was picked up by @nytclimate today - we look forward to publishing the full report in the Spring 2021 issue of MJEALRead More