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    Private Lands Conservation in Palau

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    1, 37 leaves ; 28 cmhttps://scholar.law.colorado.edu/books_reports_studies/1172/thumbnail.jp

    AGENDA: The Future of Natural Resources Policy

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    This forum will provide a post-election perspective on some of the challenges and opportunities that natural resources, public lands, and energy policymakers in Washington are likely to face in the next four years. An expert panel will discuss the dynamics in the Department of the Interior, the Department of Agriculture, and Congress, and how their evolving policies are likely to affect Colorado in the coming years. Moderator: Dean Phil Weiser, University of Colorado Law School Panelists: Jay Jensen, Associate Director for Land & Water Ecosystems, White House Council on Environmental Quality Scott Miller, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Law School, former Senior Counsel, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (2003-2012

    AGENDA: The Federal Impact on State Water Rights

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    Conference organizers and/or speakers included University of Colorado School of Law professors James N. Corbridge, Jr., David H. Getches, Lawrence J. MacDonnell and Richard B. Collins. In general, water rights are a matter of state law. However, the availability and development of water are affected by important federal rights, policies and programs. In this conference, an outstanding group of private practitioners, government representatives and academics consider this important topic

    Day 4. Thursday, August 14, 2003: Trapper Mine

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    8 pages (includes some color illustrations). Contains references

    AGENDA: New Challenges for Environmental Protection: Second Sino-American Conference on Environmental Law

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    Workshop held Sept. 18-19, 1989; conference held Oct. 12-13, 1989, in Boulder, Colorado. Conference speakers included University of Colorado School of Law professors Daniel Barstow Magraw and Lawrence J. MacDonnell. Contents of papers from workshop and conference: To protect developing city by the enactment of local laws and regulations / Wu Zilin -- Legislative control of air pollution & water pollution of the P.R.China / Xiao Longan -- The law of natural conservation in China / Ma Xiang-cong -- \u27Weighing environmental risks : EPA\u27s unfinished business\u27, Environment, vol. 30, no. 6, July/August 1988, p. 14-17, 34-39 / Richard Morgenstern, Stuart Sessions -- The National Environmental Policy Act : no longer a teenager, but not yet grown-up / George W. (Rock) Pring -- International environmental issues [outline] / Cheng Zheng-Kang, Daniel Magraw -- Existing legal treatment of developing countries : differential, contextual, and absolute norms / Daniel Barstow Magraw -- \u27Global change and our common future\u27, Environment, vol. 31, no. 5, June 1989, pp. 16-20, 40-43 / Gro Harlem Brundtland -- \u27Mission to planet Earth revisited : an update on studies of global change\u27, Environment, vol. 31, no. 3, April 1989, pp. 6-11, 31-35 / Thomas F. Malone, Robert Corell -- \u27The environmental effects of the high dam at ASWAN\u27, Environment, vol. 30, no. 7, September 1988, pp. 4-11, 34-40 / Gilbert F. White -- Reconsidering water quality protection in the United States / Lawrence J. MacDonnell [outline] -- The United States experience with air pollution control [outline] / A. Dan Tarlock -- United States hazardous waste law and policy [outline] / A. Dan Tarlock -- \u27Air pollution : assessing total exposure in developing countries\u27, Environment, vol. 30, no. 10, December 1988, pp. 16-20, 28-30, 33-35 / Kirk R. Smith -- The Marine Environmental Protection Law of the People\u27s Republic of China [Chinese version] / Ye Jianying. The Marine Environmental Protection Law of the People\u27s Republic of China [unofficial English translation] / Ye Jianyin

    Resource Law Notes Newsletter, no. 32, fall issue, Aug. 1994

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    AGENDA: Shale Plays in the Intermountain West: Legal and Policy Issues

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    This one-day symposium to be held at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Denver will address the technology, economics, environmental impacts, and regulatory issues associated with shale gas development in the Rocky Mountain region. The purpose of this event is to facilitate productive dialogue among a wide range of stakeholders and interested parties to guide policy decisions
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