Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
GWC Faculty to Launch Four Corners Environmental and Economic Justice
In Memoriam: John Henry Schultz
Statement on Anti-racism from the GWC Board
Four Corners Environmental and Economic Justice
Experiential Learning at Colorado Law
Climate Change in the Mont Blanc Region
Colorado Law Hosts Congressional Hearing on the Climate Crisis
GWC welcomes new Getches-Green Clinical Director Sean Helle
Ruth Wright endows the GWC Distinguished Lecture in Natural Resources
Food for his Children: A Podcast about U.S. v. Washington
Experiential Learning on the Colorado River learn about CU Law Student’s adventure on the Colorado River
Native Communities and Environmental Justice a celebration at CU Law to honor the 10th Anniversary of the United Nation’s adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Governors’ Climate and Forests (GCF) Task Force convenes a workshop a to promote cooperation between indigenous peoples and local communities with subnational governments
Professors Charles Wilkinson and Sarah Krakoff discuss the Bears Ears landscape in Southern Utah. Professor Wilkinson has worked on the Colorado Plateau for decades and was one of the main architects behind the Coalition’s Proposal to President Obama.
Getches Fellow Jessie Heibel’s article discusses progress of CU Law’s student volunteer work on Native Communities and Environmental Justice through the Acequia Project.
An interview with Professor Mark Squillace on the 40th Anniversary of FLPMA.