International Environmental Law

This Interest Group was formed to examine issues of development and implementation of international environmental law such as environmental governance, climate change, globalization and environmental law, water law, and the effect of war on the environment. The group emphasizes the inter-disciplinary nature of environmental law and its presence as a core area of international law, and looks at linkages with other areas such as trade law, humanitarian law and science, as well as specifically addressing international wildlife law as a distinct area under the umbrella of international environmental law. The IEnLIG is comprised of a diverse membership whose specialties cover all aspects of international law, underscoring the importance of the integration of environmental law into other areas of international law.

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Nengye Liu
Paolo D. Farah
Ashley Belyea
Lucia Solano
Cindy Buys
Meg de Guzman
Kathy Roberts
Lindsey Schmidt
Shana Tabak
Tracy Roosevelt
Christie Edwards
Clara Brillembourg
Milena Sterio
Nienke Grossman
Tatiana Sainati (Ex Oficio)
Lucila Hemmingsen (Ex Oficio)

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Dear Members of the ASIL Interest Group on International Environmental Law,

these three call for papers and related events might be...

From Rachelle Adam, convenor, International Wildlife Law Forum sub-group:

I assume that most of you are already updated on the outcome of...

In case you were wondering what is happening with the Paris Agreement, I was too:

The United States and China both joined the Agreement on...