NDEL 2018 Conference

We’re putting justice at the center of this year’s New Directions in Environmental Law Conference. 

We believe the environmental movement must focus on justice in order to build a flourishing earth community.   “NDEL 2018: Centering Justice” will bring together speakers and participants passionate about indigenous rights, fighting environmental racism, healthy lands and water, youth organizing, climate justice, animal rights, creative activism, and gender equity.   Our movement toward an equitable global society and thriving earth must be grounded in community and grow in intersectionality. 

“NDEL 2018: Centering Justice” is a space for energizing our work through principles of anti-oppression, inclusion, and coalition-building.  

We invite you to join us.    March 3rd 2018.

News and Notes

Author: 
Ama Francis

Hey NDEL-goers, 

We’re super excited for tomorrow’s conference! We have a great line-up planned. Check out our program here!

Author: 
Ama Francis

Hey NDEL-goers, 

We’re super excited for tomorrow’s conference! We have a great line-up planned. Check out our program here!

Author: 
Ama Francis

Hello NDEL-goers, 

We’re excited for the conference next Saturday! If you need NDEL housing, please sign up hereIf you are willing to host NDEL participants, please sign up here

Thanks so much! 

Mustafa Ali, Senior Vice President of Climate, Environmental Justice & Community Revitalization at the Hip Hop Caucus, will join NDEL as a keynote speaker. Ali resigned from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last March, after working for 24 years to advance environmental justice in the agency.

“I knew I had to stand up,” Ali said, “because I didn’t see the values and priorities that I work for reflected in our new administration.”

Author: 
Ama Francis

Registration for NDEL 2018: Centering Justice is now live!

Register here to join environmental practitioners, scholars, and activists for a day of learning, networking, and coalition-building on Saturday, March 3! 

We would love to hear from you and read your proposals. We’re focusing on justice, and we want everyone here – particularly people who haven’t attended the conference before or haven’t been to Yale.
 
We are looking for proposals for a keynote panel and breakout sessions.
 
Please find the details at the following URL: