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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.
More than 70 advocates from 38 countries converged in Berlin by train and plane two weeks ago for the ELAW International Annual Meeting, hosted by the Independent Institute for Environmental Concerns (UfU), our German partner organization.
ELAW partners in Panama have presented a formal petition to Panama’s National Environmental Authority (ANAM), asking it to revoke a resolution that limits to 10% the environmental flow of all the rivers in Panama.