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                   The Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center (EENR) at the University of Houston Law Center provides holistic research and
                   teaching across the spectrum of environmental, energy, and natural resources topics. Building on the expertise of a diverse faculty
                   and situated in an international city at the apex of environmental and energy issues, the Center provides a forum for education
                   and analysis of the most important topics of the day, from climate change and energy production, to pollution, to coastal land use,
                   development, and ecosystem protection.

                   The EENR Center’s influence extends locally, nationally, and internationally, encompassing government, business, legal, and
                   educational communities. The Center maintains over 25+ expertly qualified full time and adjunct faculty and a curriculum of over
                   50 energy, environmental, and natural resource related classes. It has an LL.M. program in Energy, Environmental, and Natural
                   Resources Law that is ranked in the top ten globally (according to LL.M. Guide). The EENR Center has also carved out a niche for
                   facilitating a hemispheric dialogue on environmental and energy issues, with its annual North American Conference (bringing
                   together experts from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico) and its joint energy law program with the University of Calgary Law School.

                   Additional EENR Center programming includes a yearly speaker series, an annual works-in-progress conference for top scholars in
                   the field, an “Energy Semester in Houston” program, a white paper policy analysis series, and an annual Inter-American Hydrocarbon
                   Regulators Dialogue conference.

                   Through its dynamic programming, teaching, and research, EENR propels students and the broader legal community to the top
                   of the environmental and energy legal profession in private practice, government service, business, the judiciary, and the public
                   interest sector.

                   For more information, visit:

                   VICTOR FLATT                     BLAKE HUDSON
                   EENR CO-DIRECTOR                 EENR CO-DIRECTOR

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