Video: Ecological Law and Governance: An Introduction and Overview webinar

The video of the first webinar in our yearlong webinar series on Ecological Law & Governance is now available! The webinar, entitled “Ecological Law & Governance: Introduction and Overview” took place on February 26, 2019, and featured presentations by Prof. Kinvin Wroth of Vermont Law School, Dr. Geoff […]

Webinar: Life after mining: how do we move beyond extractivism?

Please join the discussion on March 19, 3:30-5 pm EST, at the second in a series of Ecological Law & Governance webinars that E4A/L4E is co-sponsoring, along with the Ecological Law and Governance Association (ELGA) and other partners. The March 19 webinar will focus on envisioning a post-mining […]

Invitation to Book Launch and Discussion on Environmental Racism and Land Dispossession in Canada

Climate Justice Montreal & SistersInMotion MTL are so excited to present There’s Something in the Water: A Book Launch and Community Talk on Environmental Racism & Land Dispossession in Canada. Books will be sold on site by the wonderful Racines Bookstore and there will be a book signing with Ingrid Waldron afterwards! All […]

Is there a right age to save the world? (by Alice Damiano)

A few months ago I wondered if there is a right age to be a graduate student. However, as my fellow blogger Sophie reminds us here and here, each of us is more than a student, and there are other things in our lives beside being a student here and now: Family, friends, sports, art, […]