Environmental Law Institute - Washington, District Of Columbia 20036

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2000 L St NW # 620 , Washington , District of Columbia 20036

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The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) makes law work for people, places, and the planet. The Institute’s mission is to advance environmental protection by improving environmental law, policy, and management. Since 1969, ELI has played a pivotal role in shaping the fields of environmental law, policy, and management, domestically and abroad. Today, we enter our fifth decade as an internationally recognized, non-partisan research and education center working to strengthen environmental protection by improving law and governance worldwide.

We deliver insightful and impartial analysis to opinion makers, including government officials, environmental and business leaders, academics, members of the environmental bar, and journalists. ELI is a clearinghouse and a town hall, providing common ground for debate on important environmental issues.

The Institute advances innovation and pragmatic solutions to environmental challenges through its Publications and Associates group. We publish the Environmental Law Reporter®, The Environmental Forum®, the National Wetlands Newsletter, and books on environmental law and policy. We educate and build bridges among the various environmental stakeholders through ELI’s membership program, which convenes environmental professionals from all sectors and offers seminars on timely topics presented by leading experts and practitioners.

The Institute’s Research and Policy group produces research reports and policy recommendations on critical areas of environmental governance. Our work is primarily focused on protecting water resources, land, and biodiversity and improving environmental law and its implementation in the U.S. and internationally. Capacity building programs for public officials, judges, citizens, and factory managers are a large part of ELI’s agenda.

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Environmental Law Institute is located in the Washington area of District of Columbia. There are at least 20 other listings in the 20036 postcode area.

Lawyers in District of Columbia 20036

Number of Employees: 11-50

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Environmental Law Institute
A new report by ELI and the ABA Civil Rights and Social Justice Section highlights the pathways and likely impacts of potential regulatory changes by the Trump Administration, as well as opportunities for the public and other stakeholders to get involved. Read about it here: https://www.eli.org/vibrant-environment-blog/environmental-protection-trump-era
10/5/2017 6:35:45 PM
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Since 1990, ELI has educated new and seasoned environmental professionals on the substance and practice of environmental law in this highly rated signature program. This three-day intensive course for ELI members covers everything you need to know: CAA, CERCLA, Climate Change, CWA, Environmental Justice, NEPA, RCRA, Toxic Substances, and more! CLE credit available. Register before October 13 to avoid extra fees!!
10/4/2017 4:04:57 PM
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Attend the 2017 ELI-Miriam Hamilton Keare Policy Forum to hear ELI's expert panel discuss the opportunities and challenges of a new take on cooperative federalism for environmental governance. The conversation will consider trends in politics, economics, technology, and other factors influencing environmental protection. Experts will participate in a moderated discussion and field questions from the audience.
10/4/2017 3:48:24 PM
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Environmental compliance is increasingly self-policed and self-corrected. Yet, there is much discussion about “cooperative federalism” and the need to ensure that environmental program administration reflects the significant expertise and experience state environmental agencies have now after decades of administrating environmental protection laws. What would changes to the cooperative federalism model mean for the business community? How do corporations look at the tension between national consistency and local flexibility? These are among the questions that will be considered at ELI’s 2017 Corporate Forum. For details, visit: https://www.eli.org/award-dinner/corporate-role-environmental-protection-enterprise-2017-corporate-forum
10/3/2017 5:47:03 PM
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Titanium suboxides –nanoscale pollutants found mostly on meteorites – were recently discovered in coal ash samples all over the world. What impact with this have on environmental health and policy? New ELI blog: https://www.eli.org/vibrant-environment-blog/look-new-pollutant
10/3/2017 4:03:10 PM
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Calling all law students! Enter the Henry L. Diamond Constitutional Environmental Law Writing Competition for a chance to get published in ELR and win $2000. Thanks to the generous support of Beveridge & Diamond, this annual writing competition draws essays from students at law schools nationwide. For details, visit https://www.eli.org/constitution-courts-and-legislation/current-diamond-constitutional-environmental-law-writing-competition
9/29/2017 9:18:53 PM
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Since the presidential transition, EPA and other agencies have used stays, remands, and reconsiderations to change environmental policies and regulations. On October 5, experts from the government, the private sector, and the environmental advocacy community will discuss the use of these legal tools in changing agency policy and offer cutting-edge perspectives. This program is sponsored by the D.C. Bar Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Community. Cosponsored by the Administrative Law and Agency Practice Community, the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, and the Environmental Law Institute. For details, visit https://www.eli.org/events/how-agencies-reverse-policy-stays-remands-and-reconsideration
9/29/2017 11:33:12 AM
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How can Gulf Coast restoration efforts get “more bog for their buck?” A NEPA provision can help mobilize extra funds for restoration. Read the latest ELI blog at goo.gl/GJ19Js
9/28/2017 1:16:13 PM
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In the 35 years since CERCLA was passed, there have been major advances in the technology used for assessments of damages, determination of risks, and remedial activities. On October 12, join ELI at the law offices of K&L Gates LLP in Newark, New Jersey, on October 12 for a half-day course on emerging trends in technology and regulation. Visit: https://www.eli.org/events/looking-forward-innovative-remedial-and-risk-assessment-approaches
9/27/2017 2:27:09 PM
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Ocean noise can kill or injure #whales and other marine species. However, existing regulatory approaches fail to limit underwater noise from ships. What legal tools and technologies can @IMOHQ, @UNEP, and others use to address this threat? New ELI blog: Goo.gl/yowYkp
9/26/2017 2:59:00 PM

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