A resident of Juneau, Alaska, Bruce Weyhrauch serves as the manager and owner of his own law practice. Possessing more than three decades of legal experience, Mr. Weyhrauch graduated from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College with a JD in environmental law. Over the years, Bruce Weyhrauch has earned several awards, including the Sole Practitioner of the Year Award from the American Bar Association (ABA).
Recently, the ABA, one of the largest professional organizations in the world, published an e-book called Environmental Protection in the Trump Era, which was jointly released by the Environmental Law Institute and the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice. The book examines the critical changes that the Trump administration has made to environmental protection.
Consisting of 13 chapters, the book was written by recognized environmental law and policy experts. The publication covers a wide range of topics, including offshore drilling, protection of national monuments, and roadblocks facing the implementation of environmental regulations in the future.
The book also serves as a resource for individuals working and learning within the field of environmental law and policy by providing a snapshot of major climate change actions made since Trump entered office. The publication discusses how the Trump administration has rolled back many environmental regulations and is decreasing the budgets of environmental agencies.
Further, the book discusses the procedures that the Trump administration may use in the future to withdraw or weaken various environmental efforts. Environmental Protection in the Trump Era is available as a free download from the Environmental Law Institute website.