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Gulf of Mexico: Building Bridges between Restoration Programs and Existing Federal Programs

A new ELI report identifies ways to establish linkages between the Deepwater Horizon disaster restoration and recovery funding and existing federal conservation and restoration programs, to maximize the long-term benefits of Gulf of Mexico recovery efforts...

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Natural Resource Damage Assessment Deskbook, 2nd Edition

The ELI Press is pleased to announce the release of the second edition of this comprehensive survey of the law, science, and economics involved in natural resource damage assessment...

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And The Winners Are...

ELI has announced the recipients of the prestigious National Wetland Awards – individual stewards from across the country who have been recognized for their exceptional and innovative contributions to wetlands conservation...

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New Grant to Support Energy Efficiency Education in Mexico

ELI was recently awarded a grant  of $100,000 from the USAID Mexico Low Emissions Development program--via Tetra Tech--for “Building Capacity for Low Emissions Development in Municipal Governments in Mexico: Identifying and Enforcing the Applicable Legal Framework and Best Practices for Energy Efficiency in the Provision of Public Services.

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Water Management in Post Conflict Countries Critical to Peace Building and Economic Recovery – New Study

In times of war, water resources and infrastructure are often destroyed or become inaccessible to large segments of people living in conflict areas. Restoring these critical services can avert humanitarian crises and rebuild state authority, according to a new study launched today by the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the University of Tokyo, McGill University, and Duke University.

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