Tuesday, November 23, 2010
From the folks at ELI:
Please take a few moments to let us know what you think are the greatest environmental policy accomplishments of the past 40 years!
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the advent of modern environmental law and policy, the Environmental Law Institute has launched its New Vision and Future Challenges Project to help lay the groundwork for the next 40 years. As one of the first steps in this project, we're asking you to take just a few minutes to complete a brief survey to tell us what you think were the most important environmental policy accomplishments up to now.
We'd like to hear from you by December 1. You may access the survey at the following link.
We think you'll find this interesting and look forward to sending you the results!
Jamie Baker Roskie
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