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EIS User Case Study: Legal Research and Advocacy

Wentz, Jessica A.

A use case supporting the development of an online database of environmental impact statements that have been submitted to local, state, and federal agencies over a range of years. Such a database would facilitate legal research and advocacy around issues related to climate change.

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These slides were part of a presentation to the workshop "Developing an Online Database of Environmental Impact Statements," held at the Columbia University Law School on June 16, 2016.

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