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The Impact of Citizen Environmental Science in the United States [ABSTRACT]

An increasingly sophisticated public, rapid changes in monitoring technology, the ability to process large volumes of data, and social media are increasing the capacity for members of the public and advocacy groups to gather, interpret...

SLAPP 2.0: Second Generation of Issues Related to Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation

This Article updates a July 2001 ELR News & Analysis article on Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPPs) and common-law and statutory defenses against them. Since that survey, a dozen additional...

Everyday Environmentalism: Concerning Consumption

Modern consumption patterns are a product of the historical development and industrialization of the United States, including increased consumer spending and demand for energy-intensive goods. These historical and social trends provide...