Recent & Archived ENR News

Professor Dannenmaier Takes Part in Webcast from Oaxaca on How to Improve Sustainability in Affordable Housing

Professor Eric Dannenmaier took part in a webcast May 12 and 13 from Oaxaca, Mexico, to discuss how to provide affordable homes that are energy efficient and that provide a healthy living environment. The webcast is open for public viewing and questions may be posed via Facebook or Twitter.

IU McKinney Students Confront Controversy over United States' First Designated Wild and Scenic River

IU McKinney third year J.D. students Hannah Belleau, Richard (RJ) Proie, and Samantha Spencer spent part of their spring semester conducting an Advanced Field Research project that addresses a growing legal controversy over the management of the nation’s first designated Wild and Scenic Rivers.

Professor Carlton Waterhouse Comments on EPA Case Argued in U.S. Supreme Court

Professor Carlton Waterhouse talked with WIBC radio for a story that aired on February 24 about the case Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA, which was argued in the United States Supreme Court on February 24.

IU McKinney National Environmental Moot Court Team Advances to Semifinals in New York

IU McKinney’s Environmental Energy and Natural Resources Law Moot Court team took part in the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition from February 21-22 at Pace Law School in New York.

Professor Eric Dannenmaier Appointed to Environmental Commission by President Obama

Professor Eric Dannenmaier of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law has been appointed to serve as a member of the Joint Public Advisory Committee of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation by President Barack Obama.

Alumna Creates Job Opportunity with Tennessee Non-Profit

Kelly Poole, '12, has already jumped feet first into her dream career.Shortly after taking the bar exam in July 2012, the Tennessee native began volunteering and working as a contract employee with the Tennessee Environmental Council.

IU McKinney to be Site of Inaugural Indiana Eco Student Summit

The inaugural Indiana Eco Student Summit will be held on March 30 , 2013, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the IU McKinney School of Law.

Symposium Tackles Great Lakes Natural Resource Governance

Invasive species, hydraulic fracturing, and emerging challenges were among the topics covered at the 2013 Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program spring symposium. The event was the work of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, the Environmental Law Society, the Environmental Law Forum, and IU McKinney's environmental law alumni.

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