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E-Bulletin [ archive ]

ELAW U.S. E-Bulletins report breaking news on ELAW events and environmental victories around the globe.

  • 25 November, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Many land disputes that end up in Uganda's courts have roots in environmental problems: access to clean water, intact forests, and lands where communities grow food.

  • 19 November, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Tanzania's Maasai have been told to leave their historic homeland by the end of the year to make way for a hunting reserve for the Dubai royal family, reports The Guardian.

  • 14 November, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    ELAW partner Shweta Narayan at Community Environmental Monitoring has sent terrific news: The National Green Tribunal blocked plans for a huge coal-fired power plant in the coastal city of Cuddalore, in Tamil Nadu.

  • 30 October, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    A new report published by the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide concludes that courts in several countries are poised to pursue climate justice.

  • 16 October, 2014

    ELAW eBulletin
    Scientists at the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide use Google Earth to "ground truth" environmentally destructive proposals across the world, writes Camilla Mortensen in today's Eugene Weekly.

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