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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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In Memoriam: David Sive, “Father of Environmental Law”

ELI sends its deepest condolences to the family of David Sive, who passed away on March 11.  He was the first recipient of the ELI Award for outstanding contribution to the improvement of environmental law, policy and management...

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Arnold & Porter Chair Tom Milch Joins ELI Leadership Council

ELI welcomes Tom Milch to our Leadership Council. Tom is presently Chair of Arnold & Porter LLP and previously served as head of the firm's environmental practice...

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In Memoriam: Environmental Law Pioneer Joseph L. Sax

The Environmental Law Institute mourns the passing of Joseph L. Sax, Professor of Environmental Regulation (Emeritus) at Berkeley Law and ELI Award Recipient...

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Book Release: Water and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

ELI is pleased to announce the release of Water and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, the fourth in a series of volumes on strengthening post-conflict peacebuilding through natural resource management...

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