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A Great Idea Celebrates 150 Years

Posted on March 4, 2022 by Stephen Brown On March 1, Yellowstone National Park — the world’s first —.... Read More

A Truly Global Community of Environmental Law Scholars

Posted on July 16, 2021 by Robert Percival Earlier this month more than 300 professors and graduate students throughout.... Read More

Reflections from My Octopus Teacher

Since the pandemic started, like many people, I have watched way more TV than I had previously watched. Recently,.... Read More

Showerheads: Untangling the Outgoing Administration’s Last Attack on Energy Conservation Standards

Posted on January 6, 2021 by Adam Kahn Regulatory trackers from Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, and the New York Times identify over 100.... Read More

One Op-Ed + One Book = ACOEL Blog

Posted on December 3, 2020 by Krista McIntyre An opinion in this week’s Los Angeles Times, One of American’s great wildernesses is.... Read More

Full Funding Finally

Posted on July 23, 2020 by Philip Tabas The US’s most important conservation program is about to get the assured funding.... Read More

Modern Day Alchemy: New Help for Treating Acid Mine Drainage

Posted on March 11, 2020 by Robert Uram Two promising new technologies—recovery of rare earths from acid mine drainage (AMD and.... Read More

Uneasy Easements: The Use and Abuse of the Conservation Easement Tax Break

Posted on April 22, 2019 by Philip Tabas Conservation easements have become the most popular approach for protecting lands, water, wildlife.... Read More

500-Year Flood, Last Straw, or Asteroid Strike? Metaphorically Testing the Resilience of Environmental Law.

Posted on August 28, 2018 by JB Ruhl Regardless of your politics, it’s hard not to describe the environmental policies of.... Read More


Posted on July 13, 2018 by John Dernbach One year ago—June 20, 2017—the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a landmark decision on.... Read More