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The Environmental Law Institute is widely respected as “a nonpartisan organization specializing in legal analysis and not known for taking sides in political fights,” as the New York Times has noted. When members of the media, private bar, government, business, and public interest organizations seek expert information on environmental law and policy, they turn to ELI.

Bridging the Divide Between Water Quality and Quantity Management in Western U.S.

February 19, 2013

(Washington, DC) — A new report by the Environmental Law Institute sheds light on the deep divide between surface water quality and quantity management in the American West and suggests ways to...

Watershed Health Pilot Projects in the Latest National Wetlands Newsletter

January 4, 2013

The Environmental Law Institute and The Nature Conservancy offer insight into how often-piecemeal wetland protection can lead to positive-sum outcomes through a watershed approach. The January/...

ELI Releases Overview of BP's Criminal Plea Agreement for Deepwater Horizon

November 20, 2012

(Washington, DC) — The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) is releasing a concise overview of the November 15 criminal plea agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice and BP, which resolved...

War & The Environment: New Book Examines How Natural Resources can Spark Conflict, but also Create Peace

November 6, 2012

(Washington, DC and Geneva) — A flagship book that documents and analyzes the devastating impact of war on the environment in 23 conflict-affected countries and territories across the globe was...

The Environmental and Energy Stakes in the 2012 Election

September 25, 2012

Often overlooked in the coverage of the 2012 elections are the environmental and energy issues that could be among those most affected by the elections’ results. On September 11, 2012, ELI...