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Centre for Law and the Environment at UCC May 29
Áine Ryall & Laurie O’Keeffe have their work published in the latest issue of the Irish Planning and Environmental Law Journal - now available on
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Ms. Komassi Jun 1
Do not miss this webinar by on Climate change in the courts on Friday, the 5th of June 2020.
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CEDAT 17h
The CEDAT 🔍 seeks post-doc fellows on LAW ⚖ More info ➡ CEDAT ➡ -IF
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Lisa-Marie Crichton In UN Consultative Status II May 30
David Kelly () Tweeted: Bit of light reading for the weekend, or at least the next few weekends.
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Kristen Hilferty Jun 1
Check out the latest edition of TUWaterWays from
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Barley Snyder May 29
Permit holders of the can still sell pollution reduction credits to other permit holders that have issues with reducing their own pollution, writes attorney Martin Siegel:
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Environment & Energy Jun 1
Attention students interested in & . This career event is made for you!
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Law Axis 360° Jun 2
Does Covid-19 have any impact on the global environment? Join our Editor, Abidemi Shittu, ESQ as she examines this issue from legal, health and environmental perspectives. Your click!
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Rónán Kennedy 10h
Using ICT for environmental regulation: Overlaps between and at
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National Law Review May 29
BRAG Biobased Products Blog - EPA Small Manufacturer Rule and Biopesticide Ingredient Comment Period
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Adler and Allan May 29
When it comes to commercial land, plant, infrastructure and buildings, the matter of who is liable for contamination can be complex. Join us for a webinar to discuss the topic:
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National Law Review May 29
The Supreme Court Finds That EPA and State Permitting Authority Extends to Discharge of Pollutants That Are the Functional Equivalent of Direct Discharge into Navigable Waters
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NMEBConference Jun 1
Real Estate Issues in the Acquisition, Valuation, and Management of Mitigation Land
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@HaubEnviroLaw May 28
Attention students-the Public Land and Resources writing competition essay entries are due Sunday, May 31st.
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Marisa Desautel May 31
As the summer weather begins to roll in, the wants to remind Rhode Islanders about safety tips for enjoying the Woonasquatucket River. Learn more:
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Poppy Flint Jun 1
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Hanson Bridgett LLP May 29
The Judicial Council amended Emergency Rule 9 to provide dates certain for tolling the statutes of limitations for civil actions, which are currently tolled due to the state of emergency.
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39 Essex Chambers May 28
Our Planning, Environment & Property Team's latest weekly newsletter is out now. Read in full here
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Smith Gambrell & Russell 3h
Union oppeses reopening plans. Read more from Steve O'Day and Phillip Hoover and the latest news in & in SGR's newsletter:
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Marisa Desautel 8h
A new project has been designed to give a helping hand for rare, native plant species in . Read more:
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