Category Archives: Urban Greenspace

New Paper on Community Gardens from GGU’s Progressive Cities Project

In Spring 2014 GGU, under the direction of Associate Professor Kathleen Morris, hosted a groundbreaking collaboration between cities seeking law and policy advice and GGU law students. In response to client questions, over several months our students produced wonderful law … Continue reading

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A First: Critical Habitat Designated in San Francisco for Endangered Franciscan Manzanita

By Laura Horton, GGU Law Grad (2012), Wild Equity Institute Staff Attorney [Note, on occasion we like to let alumni post about interesting topics as they are working on several interesting environmental law issues and it shows the diversity of … Continue reading

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SF Bay Area Battle Over Bird Nests

By Laura Horton, Wild Equity Institute Staff Attorney, GGU Law Grad (2012) Urban areas and migratory birds do not mix well. High tension wires, cars, feral cats, and most of all building windows are to blame for billions of bird … Continue reading

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