CUER Holds First Annual Scholars Workshop on Regulating the Urban Environment

August 15, 2012 | CUNY School of Law

On June 26, the Center for Urban Environmental Reform (CUER) held its first annual Scholars Workshop on Regulating the Urban Environment. The day-long workshop brought together scholars, activists, and regulators to examine the  challenging legal and regulatory questions implicated by environmental justice. Discussions focused on the social construction of the urban environment; the unique regulatory challenges posed by a multicultural, densely populated urban environment; and the issues of environmental democracy and participatory decision making.

Scholars Workshop on Regulating the Urban Environment

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CUNY Law’s Center for Urban Environmental Reform aims to generate ongoing discourse on urban environmental justice and to revitalize participatory environmental decision-making to help community members, students, and policymakers communicate in ways that will lead to better, more sustainable decision-making.