Monthly Archives: October 2018

Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW)

www.elaw.org

ELAW (Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide) aid communities around the world in demanding clean water, clean air, and a healthy planet. They are a global alliance of scientists, lawyers, and other advocates working together across borders to encourage grassroots efforts to create a just, sustainable future.

ELAW activists, serving in their home countries, understand best how to protect the environment. By giving their partners the scientific and legal support needed, ELAW assists in challenging environmental abuses and forms a worldwide corps of skilled, dedicated activists working to safeguard ecosystems and communities for future generations.

Our strategy: Discovering passionate lawyers who are devoted to protecting the ecosystem in their home countries.

ELAW advocates play crucial roles in aiding communities go after environmental justice. They aid citizens with participating efficiently in decisions about the environment, confront environmental abuses, and administer environmental laws. They provide guides to citizen participation, school community paralegals to speak for community interests, and bring legal action to bring to an end the worst offenders. As businesses spread their reach around the globe, many communities deal with unjust issues.

These communities have to be able to speak out to safeguard their health, environment, and rights. Grassroots activists have a key role in aiding communities speak out and ELAW provides these activists the scientific and legal support needed to confront abuses and craft a viable future. ELAW finds the most dedicated environmental defenders and works with them to follow these initiatives to advance environmental justice.

Legal professionals around the globe call on ELAW for tools to enforce and support environmental laws. ELAW U.S. attorneys partner with local activists to evaluate proposed statutes, recreate model laws, and bring enforcement actions.

ELAW activists depend on ELAW staff members to analyze plans for planned developments, make systems to observe environmental settings, give professional testimony, and suggest cleaner alternatives.