Welcome to Hastings Environmental Law Journal

          

          Mud Flats of the Turnagain Arm, South of Anchorage, Alaska, by Arielle Harris

           

          West-Northwest has changed its name to Hastings Environmental Law Journal (HELJ), and by publishing exclusively online will reduce its resource use, but not its commitment to environmental law!

          "I continue to be thrilled by WNW's evolution since its founding two decades ago and am proud that WNW is reducing its carbon footprint by going digital.  My day job with the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative remains challenging and inspiring, collaborating with regional and international partners on climate adaptation with a focus on sustaining natural and cultural resources in the Pacific as the region undergoes unprecedented environmental change.  Outside of the workplace I spend as much time as possible in the ocean swimming, paddling on my SUP, and scuba diving."  -- from Deanna Spooner, one of WNW's founding editors

          Click here to read the Hastings Environmental Law Journal online.

          HELJ  publishes two issues per yearly volume: Winter and Summer online in digital format exclusively. To join the email list: scholarp@uchastings.edu
                                                                                                                           
          For readers of Hastings Environmental Law Journal Volume 24 Issue 2:
          Safeguarding Development: Risk Reduction in U.S. Government Foreign Aid and Investment Facilitation Beyond the Current Patchwork, by Naomi Roht-Ariaza
          Click HERE for the CHART that goes with the article.
                                                                                                                        

          Hastings Environmental Law Journal
          University of California Hastings College of the Law
          O'Brien Center for Scholarly Publications
          200 McAllister Street
          San Francisco, CA 94102

          helj@uchastings.edu

          Rock Islands, Palau, by Deanna Spooner