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La Vie en Vert

Daniel Carpenter-Gold Daniel Carpenter-Gold is Managing Editor of Harvard Environmental Law Review.This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. It’s done. Like a reluctant Odysseus, we have fastened ourselves to the mast of emissions reductions with Bungee cords (not too tight, now!) and stuffed one ear full of wax—just in case those cheap,

Jan 28, 2016

From Kyoto To Paris: How Bottom-Up Regulation Could Revitalize the UNFCCC

Luke Grunbaum Luke Grunbaum is a 3L at UCLA School of Law, where he is Editor-in-Chief of the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) establishes the basic principles and goals for future international agreements on

Dec 01, 2015

A Leading Cause of Everything: One Industry That Is Destroying Our Planet and Our Ability to Thrive on It

Christopher Hyner Christopher Hyner is a 3L at Georgetown University Law Center, where he is a Managing Editor for the Georgetown Environmental Law Review. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. Click here to see the original post and leave a comment. Climate change. Ocean dead zones. Fisheries depletion. Species extinction. Deforestation. World hunger. Food safety. Heart disease. Obesity.

Enhancing biodiversity on working agricultural lands through environmental mitigation and offsets: Opportunities in Australia and the United States

Matthew Roach* [ Click Here to Comment ][ Download PDF ] Australian agencies have extensive experience managing working agricultural lands to enhance biodiversity. State and Commonwealth agencies are increasingly using environmental offsets as a tool to manage the impacts of development. However, working agricultural lands are generally not considered a source of potential environmental offsets,