GreenLaw is the weblog of Pace University School of Law’s top-ranked environmental law program and aims to provide information, context, and commentary on current events and developments in the field of environmental law. Authored by professors and scholars with specialized expertise in the various aspects of environmental law, GreenLaw covers a broad array of topics – ranging widely from energy usage, sustainability, environmental degradation, climate change, and water shortages to protection mechanisms, targeted initiatives, and new legal developments. In so doing, the Pace Center for Environmental Legal Studies identifies the oft-ignored interconnections between the most pressing environmental problems of our time, and ultimately, insight into possible solutions.
As a legal magazine, GreenLaw has been in publication by the Center for Environmental Legal Studies since 1997. Originally known as Environmentally Friendly, the publication changed its name to GreenLaw in 2001. During the summer of 2010, the decision was made to transform the publication into a blog in order to extend this environmental coverage to a larger audience and more easily communicate with those who share our concerns.
We enthusiastically welcome reader comments and feedback as our intention is to establish an ongoing public dialogue within the international environmental law community.
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