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Archive on Gulf Wetlands Now Available

September 21, 2005

In addition to its human toll, Hurricane Katrina inflicted cataclysmic damage on wetlands throughout the Gulf Coast. In an effort to aid researchers and reporters covering wetland issues in the...

Op-Ed Available for Background on Roberts and Environmentalism

September 20, 2005

In an effort to aid reporters covering this week’s confirmation vote on Supreme Court Justice nominee John Roberts, the Environmental Law Institute® is releasing the...

2005 National Wetlands Awards to be Presented on Capitol Hill

May 12, 2005

Seven individuals from across the U.S. will be honored at the 2005 National Wetlands Awards on May 18 in Washington, DC. The Awards will be presented in an evening ceremony beginning at 6 p.m. in...

First Annual "Little NEPA" Conference: State-Level Environmental Impact Assessment

April 19, 2005

Approximately twenty states have their own programs for preparing environmental impact assessments of proposed governmental and private actions. These are often called "little NEPAs," but in the...

Book Release and Discussion: Saving our Environment from Washington

April 12, 2005

Author David Schoenbrod, a long-time environmental activist and academic, has recently released Saving Our Government from Washington: How Congress Grabs Power, Shirks Responsibility, and...