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Environmental Defenders Office Feb 18
EDO Special Counsel Dr Emma Carmody (Centre) convened an international symposium today on Climate change & water governance in an era of high-tech irrigation: improving adaptation, sustainability, transparency & public trust - with & ACCEL
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GWP Feb 20
. is one of the organisations working to regulate the in .
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Seppo Jun 24
Cheers! Time to party! The EU Waterframework Directive is safe. Now it's time to implement it: Protect lakes & rivers, open waterways for migrating fish etc.
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GWP Feb 12
. is one of the organisations contributing to the consultation process + final draft of the regulation of the General of . Get the full story ➡️
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GWP Aug 13
Opportunity: GWP is organising training on & International in together with partner organisations. The training is held in Uganda in November - deadline to apply: 6 September! Full details 👉
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Seppo 15 May 19
Industry lobbies are mounting a push to roll back EU clean regulations, even though less than half of the continent’s rivers, wetlands and lakes are in a healthy state.
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TiffanyDowellLashmet Jun 4
is the designated "waters of the United States" expert for the Ag Law in the Field Podcast. Don't miss his overview today of the new Navigable Waters Protection Rule.
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Melissa Castan 23 Apr 19
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Environmental Defenders Office 19 Feb 19
Coming up: an EDO Insiders seminar on water law and NRAR, with our Acting Principal Solicitor and Kirsty Ruddock of NRAR. 19 March. Register here:
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Silver Kayondo May 31
Lol. I once read a report that Kenyans compete with Americans in being litigious. Whereas is a growing field, I doubt the merit of this suit, which most likely has been caused by an "act of God" coupled with voluntary assumption of risk by the lake encroachers.
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Larry Swatuk Jan 17
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Environmental Defenders Office 18 Mar 19
Our water law seminar with ⁦⁩ ‘Access to information is vitally important for the public to have confidence in the administration of the law’
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O’Melveny 6 May 19
Thrilled to welcome Russell McGlothlin to our Los Angeles office. Russ has extensive experience helping to shape water management policy in California and has successfully handled groundwater disputes throughout the West
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Vermont Law School 3 Apr 19
Happening tomorrow at 5:30 p.m., "Calming Troubled Waters: Local Solutions" with John Nolon, Distinguished Professor of Law @pacelawschool. Watch live at . More info:
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TiffanyDowellLashmet Oct 4
It's time for another weekly ag law round up!
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Sarah Krakoff 9 Jun 19
Colorado law hike to the origins of CO water law— Left Hand Ditch diversion of St. Vrain Creek. ⁩ ⁦
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Victoria Whitehead 6 Mar 19
Diving into at . Did you know has history dating back to 1899, and was first defined in the 1970’s?
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Kim Birnie-Gauvin, Ph.D Dec 12
Yeah sure that's cool. Now how about we bloody enforce these laws? How is it possible to get so many exemptions and allow so many delays? The laws sound nice and all, but we have to abide by them for them to *actually* work
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TiffanyDowellLashmet Oct 17
Got questions about TX surface water law? We've got Austin-based water lawyer, Jason T. Hill, on the Ag Law in the Field to answer some of the frequently asked questions on this topic!
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TiffanyDowellLashmet Jun 22
We've had four major opinions related to ag law in Texas courts over the past couple of months. We've got summaries of each for you today on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog.
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