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2012 Project Spotlight Photo Gallery

2012 Project Spotlight Photo Gallery

Published: Sep 20th, 2012

Balancing the Bonfire

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

BALANCING CARBON: BONFIRES OF THE INSANITIES Thomas T. Ankersen, Director, University of Florida Conservation Clinic The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Kyoto Protocol mandate reductions in […]

Caimans, Crocs and Communities: Rescuing an Endangered Wetland

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

In Summer 2003, Asociación Ambiental VIDA, a Costa Rican conservation NGO commissioned the Conservation Clinic to assist it with policy issues associated with Caño Negro National Wildlife Refuge, a Wetland […]

The Eastern Pacific Marine Biological Corridor: The Legal Basis for an International Network of Marine Protected Areas

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

In the Spring of 2004 UF Law student Alan Hawkins enrolled in the UF Law Conservation Clinic and commenced distance work with the Costa Rica NGO Mar Viva on a […]

The MesoAmerican Biological Corridor: Law and Local Implementation

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

The Joint Program Environmental Law Clinic Consultorio Juridico Ambiental The MesoAmerican Biological Corridor: Law and Local Implementation Luis Ramos, UF PhD, and Ilan Salzberg, U. Denver Law, present their project […]

North Central Florida Environmental Summit

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

gopher tortoise by John Moran In the Spring of 2002, in conjunction with the annual public interest environmental conference, the Conservation Clinic convened the North Central Florida Environmental Summit. The […]

Plan Colombia Resources

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

Result of fumigation on agricultural plants Resources: Provisions for Aerial Eradication of Coca and Poppy in Colombia Under U.S. Law: A Report in Two Parts by Astrid Puentes, LL.M. Thomas […]

Something Fishy Here: ISO 14001 Certification Case

Published: Jun 5th, 2012

Thomas Ruppert, UF Law, Quilla Trimmer-Smith, UF Law, Holly Berman, U Denver, Gladys Martinez, 5 L, UCR Derecho Banana production ranks behind tourism as Costa Rica’s second largest industry. Bananas […]

Waterfronts

Published: Jun 6th, 2011

For the last few years the rapid loss of recreational and working waterfronts that have historically formed part of the culture of many Florida towns and cities on the coast […]

Waterways

Published: Jun 6th, 2011

As more users flock to Florida waterways, conflicts have increased. From debates about what constitutes exercise of the rights of navigation to deciding who pays for dredging, many difficult topics […]