ELAW Advocate, Winter 2015
More than 50 grassroots advocates from 30 countries arrived in Eugene in late February for the 2015 ELAW Annual International Meeting. Read More

ELAW eBulletin Hope is on the way for indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon. The Achuar, Kichwa, Cocama, and Urarina have suffered for decades from oil industry contamination of local waterways. After years of struggle, Peru's Congress has approved a US $17 million environmental remediation plan. Read More

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A new report published by the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide concludes that courts in several countries are poised to pursue climate justice. “Some people are profiting enormously from damaging the climate, while others will bear the costs of that climate damage,” says Jennifer Gleason, ELAW Staff Attorney. Jen led a research team of ELAW partners […] Read more

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