We are pleased that Volume XXII, Issue IV of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review is now available to interested parties on Lexis and Westlaw. This issue includes: Article: International Chemical Control […]
In recent years Canada has taken significant steps to develop geothermal energy as a viable renewable energy sector and oil alternative. But geothermal development can have detrimental consequences, if not […]
A new Working Paper published by the UK-based Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD) analyzes whether states vulnerable to climate change harms could seek legal redress in an […]
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