Public funders and private investors are pouring billions of dollars into Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) in the developing world. In REDD+, investors pay people to preserve carbon in trees, and then sell credits based on the ... Read More →
Established 1969. As the nation’s oldest law review dedicated solely to environmental issues, Environmental Law is a premier legal forum for environmental and natural resources scholarship. Online you will find selected articles and essays from our print journal, an archive of our 9th Circuit case review and you can share your thoughts on what you see here by posting comments and engaging in an online conversation with other legal minds. Check back for new online-only content (short articles and news updates) in the near future.
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— April 12, 2014 —
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