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ELI publishes Research Reports available for free download that present the analysis and conclusions of the policy studies ELI undertakes to improve environmental law and policy. These reports contribute to education of the profession and disseminate diverse points of view and opinions to stimulate a robust and creative exchange of ideas. Those publications, which express opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the Institute, its Board of Directors, or funding organizations, exemplify ELI’s commitment to dialogue with all sectors.

Indiana's Biological Diversity: Strategies and Tools for Conservation

Environmental Law Institute Staff
December 1995

Public and private development and management decisions can -- and have -- resulted in losses and degradation of Indiana`s biological diversity. Sometimes these losses occur because of a lack of knowledge about the many opportunities that exist in Indiana for conservation and restoration activities. Many individuals, companies, institutions, and government agencies could contribute to protecting biological diversity if they recognized its economic value and social benefits. This publication identifies Indiana laws, policies, and institutions that affect the state`s biological diversity. Read More >

Integrating Public Participation into the Environmental Protection Process

Inter-American Center for Environmental Policy, Fundacion Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Environmental Law Institute
October 1995

Federal Oversight of Authorized State Environmental Programs: Reforming the System

John Pendergrass (Environmental Law Institute), Susan Casey-Lefkowitz (EPA)
September 1995

Institutional Controls in Use

Environmental Law Institute Staff
September 1995

This report anticipates amendments to Superfund and describes in concrete terms how institutional controls have been used at Superfund sites and in similar situations in the past. Experience with past use of institutional controls provides Superfund policymakers with valuable examples and knowledge about how best to use these tools to protect humans for as long as risk remains at a site. Read More >