Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Professor Lazarus Leads Environmental Law Workshop at University of Tehran

Professor Richard Lazarus recently led a three-day workshop on environmental law at the University of Tehran in Iran focused on the challenges of environmental lawmaking in the United States and Iran. Roughly forty graduate students and government officials attended the workshop. Over three days, Professor Lazarus introduced and led discussion of several major challenges of […]

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Clinic and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Release Fisheries Co-Management Paper

The Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic, in collaboration with Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), released a new report entitled Fisheries Co-Management in the United States: Incentives, Not Legal Changes, Key, which finds that legal or regulatory barriers to the co-management of fisheries are largely non-existent or easily navigated where stakeholder support exists. Co-management is a […]

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Professor Freeman Authors Foreign Affairs Analysis

Professor Freeman has written an assessment of the impact of Clean Power Plan litigation on the international climate agreement in Foreign Affairs. In “Obama’s Climate Challenge,” Professor Freeman argues that, “It is an overstatement […] to suggest that the success of international climate negotiations rests on the fate of the Clean Power Plan in U.S. […]

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Update on the Clean Power Plan: The Knowns and Unknowns

By Jody Freeman & Richard Lazarus (Originally posted on the American College of Environmental Lawyers Blog) State Reactions to the Stay Now that the Supreme Court has stayed the Clean Power Plan, States are in the process of deciding whether or not to proceed with implementation planning, and if so, at what pace to do […]

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