Volume 15 • Issue 4
Rising Temps and Emerging Threats: the Intersection of Climate Change and National Security in the 21st Century Introduction
Rising Temps and Emerging Threats: the Intersection of Climate Change and National Security in the 21st Century
The Energy Pivot: How Military-Led Energy Innovation Can Change the World
Climate Extremes: Recent Trends with Implications for National Security
Fighting for Home in the Melting Arctic
Warm World, Cold Reception: Climate Change, National Security and Forced Migration
Climate Change, Gender, and Rethinking Military Operations
Protecting People Displaced by Weather-related Disasters and Climate Change: Experience from the Field
The Journal is proud to announce the very first White River Environmental Law Writing Competition. The winning essay will receive a $1000 cash prize and an offer of publication in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Additional submissions may also receive offers of publication. Essay entries can address any relevant topic in environmental law. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 PM on December 10, 2014. We look forward to reading your submissions!
The Journal is pleased to unveil EcoPerspectives. This week’s blog post is titled Starting with a Messy Slate: The Role of Environmental Law in Haiti after the 2010 Earthquake by Marie Hollister, a student at the University of Notre Dame Law School. The EcoPerspectives Blog will be updating biweekly over the summer and will return to weekly updates in the fall. For now, please check back every other Monday for a new post.
Our Fall 2014 Symposium, Cradle-to-Cradle: The Elimination of Waste, will take place on Friday, Oct 24.
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