WCEL announces a new regional report by Clement Yow Mulalap, A Pivotal Point in Human History: The Use of the Law of the Sea and Related Fields of International Law and Processes by Pacific Small Island Developing States to Address “Pollution” of the...
By Judge Elisa Samuel - The Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre in Maputo, Mozambique hosted the 2nd Regional Symposium on the theme, Greening the Judiciary in Africa: A Move to Sustainable Capacity-Building, from 1-3 August 2018.
WCEL Chair Emeritus Nicholas A. Robinson received the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) 2018 Distinguished Achievement in Environmental Law and Policy Award.
Par Mohamed Ali Mekouar, Yacouba Savadogo, Robert Wabunoha. La 7ème session de la Conférence ministérielle africaine sur l’environnement (CMAE) s’est tenue du 17 au 21 septembre 2018 à Nairobi au siège d’ONU Environnement.
WCEL announces a new national report by Ezequiel Santagada, Deforestación: Los bancos como “actores olvidados” pero determinantes para prevenir la criminalidad ambiental y contribuir al desarrollo sustentable del Paraguay (Deforestation: Banks as "...
WCEL announces a new national report by Angel Daen Morales Garcia, Reestructuración de la veda de jaguar en México como opción para su conservación (Restructuring of the jaguar closure in Mexico as an option for its conservation).
WCEL Chair Antonio Benjamin, CEESP Chair Kristen Walker-Painemilla, and CEC Chair Sean Southey attended the Communities, Conservation & Livelihoods Conference in Halifax, Canada from 28-30 May 2018.
Distinguished state supreme court justices from several U.S. States, and international jurists from OAS and UN member States, as well as selected academics, scientists, leading experts, ambassadors and diplomats from across the globe came together from 22-23...
WCEL joins historic effort to protect environmental defenders through the Environmental Rights Initiative led by UN Environment on 3 September 2018 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On 22 September 2018, the world lost an environmental stalwart, Bomo Edna Edith Molewa, the South African Minister of Environmental Affairs.