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Call for emerging scholars to join the GNHRE

In an effort to enhance the diversity of GNHRE and expand its membership among early career individuals, we are calling upon current members to nominate one new emerging scholar for membership in the Network. Emerging scholars are those scholars, activists, and practitioners in academic institutions, think tanks, law firms, and other organizations whose work relates […]

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Conference: European Environmental Law Forum Annual Conference

The 6th Annual Conference of the European Environmental Law Forum will take place at the University of Insubria (Como, Italy) 12-14 September 2018. The call for abstracts is now open. The theme for the conference is “Environmental loss & damage: attribution, liability, compensation and restoration”. More information is available here.   Feature image: Lex Van […]

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Symposium: Dignity Rights and Environmental Justice

Delaware Law School (U.S.) is pleased to announce a Symposium on Dignity Rights and Environmental Justice on 13 April 2018. The event, which will be held in Delaware and livestreamed, will examine environmental justice through the lens of human dignity and will explore how legal responses including the right to human dignity might alleviate the […]

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Welcome to new GNHRE members

GNHRE welcomes three new members! Héctor Herrera-Santoyo’s work focuses on environmental justice, climate justice, energy justice, water justice, ecosystem protection, just transitions, environmental participation, indigenous rights, and environmental digital activism. You can read more about him here. Maria Antonia Tigre is a senior attorney at the Environment Program of the Cyrus R. Vance Center for […]

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Research request: articles on environmental justice

What are the most iconic articles on the subject of environmental justice? Help us compile a list of essential readings in environmental justice by posting your suggestions in the comments below! Feature image: Dina Townsend