Host the Percy Viosca Distinguished Speaker Series, which features men and women who have played a pivotal role in shaping Louisiana’s environmental future.
16th Annual Tulane Law School Summit on Environmental Law and Policy: The Energy Equation. April 1-3, 2011. Visit the Tulane Environmental Law Society's website for more information.
Current collaborative partnerships with other university centers include the Tulane Payson Center, the Tulane School of Public Health, Tulane/Xavier Center, and the Louisiana Sea Grant Legal Program. The Institute is also working with the RAND Gulf States Policy Institute, Dillard University and The University of New Orleans to develop a project proposal that will fill the gap between scientific information about hurrican flood risk and local risk mitigation decision making.
Offer a course on Water Resources Law and Policy that focuses on ownership, control and use of water resources. The course is taught at Tulane University Law School. The course has been offered since 2008 and typically attracts up to 20 students per semester.