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The Tulane Environmental Law Journal (TELJ) publishes biannually in the winter and spring of each year. This section contains information about our most recent publications. Our issue archive allows you to review the titles and authors of past articles, as well as TELJ's past mastheads and advisory boards.  

Special Issue Volume 26- Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples 

  • The summer issue is being released in conjunction with the AALS Conference panel on climate change's effects on indigenous peoples. The issue explores how climate change affects the rights of indigenous peoples who often contribute only minuscule amounts of greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere. Article topics include an introduction to climate change and its impacts on indigenous peoples (Randall S. Abate & Elizabeth Ann Kronk), renewable energhgy on tribal lands (Sara C. Bronin), climate change and tribal water rights (Judith V. Royster) among others.

 Issue 1 Volume 26 

  • The winter issue explores a variety of topics. It ranges from an issue near and dear to Louisiana-shell dredging in Lake Ponchartrain (Oliver Houck) to the effect of the ChevronTexaco litigation in Ecuador (Suraj Patel).

 
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Past Symposia, Colloquia, and Retrospectives 


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Past Issues 

 

Volume 25 

  Volume 24 

Volume 23 

Volume 22  

Volume 21  

Volume 20  

Volume 19  

Volume 18 

Volume 17  

Volume 16  


  

 

 
 
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