The Natural Resources Journal (NRJ) at the University of New Mexico School of Law seeks proposals for academic articles for its Spring 2016 issue, Number 56.2, on legal and policy issues relating to various aspects of the Mexican energy reforms and the future for the energy relationship between the United States and Mexico. Additional details and guidlines.
The Natural Resources Journal (NRJ) is published by the University of New Mexico School of Law and is an international, interdisciplinary forum devoted to the study of natural and environmental resources. The Journal is policy oriented, and seeks to overcome the isolation of scholars in various disciplines who are concerned with natural and environmental resources.
Interdisciplinary collaboration in solving resource-related problems was a formative principle in the creation of the Journal and, for 50 years, the Journal has been guided by that principle. The NRJ's contributors come from various disciplines, represent many countries, and provide many approaches to the complex issues raised by the need to balance resource development and environmental concerns.
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The Natural Resources Journal welcomes articles on natural and environmental resources. Articles are accepted throughout the calendar year. To learn more visit our page on Article Submissions.
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