Law Student Paper Series — Colorless Coral: The Legal Landscape of Protecting Florida’s Coral from Human Impacts
1/14/21 12-12:45 pm PT
The health and condition of coral reefs continues to worsen in Florida and throughout the waters of the world, with a leading cause attributed to human activity. In recent years, there have been successful efforts in drawing attention to this ecological crisis leading to the passage of many laws and established programs to attempt to reverse the damage. Join Catherine Awasthi, Florida State University College of Law, as she presents on the legal and scientific issues associated with coral reefs, and the measures that are in place to rescue them. A brief Q&A to follow.
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- Ocean Warming Affecting Florida Reefs
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- Colorless Coral: The Legal Landscape of Protecting Florida’s Coral from Human Impacts by Catherine Awasthi (PDF)
- Colorless Coral: The Legal Landscape of Protecting Florida’s Coral – PPT Presentation (PDF)
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