summer 2014: International env'tl issues

A Human Rights–Based Environmental Remedy for the Legacy of the Allotment Era in Indian Country

A Human Rights–Based Environmental Remedy for the Legacy of the Allotment Era in Indian Country

Federal legislation must provide a remedy, by affirming that, in the context of environmental protection, tribal sovereignty includes authority to regulate all persons within reservation boundaries.

Environmental lawyers need at least an acquaintance with the equivalent rules, procedures, and practices in other jurisdictions, as well as familiarity with international environmental law.

Improving topsoil worldwide, he says, has the potential to sequester roughly 25 percent of the world’s current carbon emissions.

Audits can give the government or other outside parties a blueprint for taking action against the company.

Wildlife crossings keep wildlife from entering highways while providing a safe means for animals to migrate from one segmented plot to another.

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