Center for Climate Change Law
CCCL develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains students and lawyers in their use, and provides up-to-date resources on key topics in climate law and regulation.
Latest from the Center
• "The Day After Tomorrow: A Survey Of How Gulf Coast State Utility Commissions and Utilities are Preparing for Future Storms," paper by Columbia Law Student Katherine Carey, March 5, 2014.
• "New York State Leading on Utility Climate Change Adaptation," New York Law Journal, Feb. 27, 2014.
• New York State Public Service Commission unanimously adopts historic settlement in Con Ed rate case sought by Center for Climate Change Law and environmental groups. Con Ed will implement state-of-the-art measures to address affects of climate change. Press Release, February 20, 2014; PSC Order, February 21, 2014.
• New working paper by Columbia Law Student Nina Hart, Moving at a Glacial Pace: What Can State Attorneys General Do about SEC Inattention to Nondisclosure of Financially Material Risks arising from Climate Change?, February 2014
• Future of the Changing Arctic: Economic, Environmental and Legal Dimensions, by Magdalena A. K. Muir, February 17, 2014
• New white paper, “Authority of Pacific Island States to Regulate Greenhouse Gases From the International Shipping Sector,” by associate director Meredith Wilensky, February 2014
•"New York Environmental Legislation and Regulations in 2013," New York Law Journal, January 9, 2014
•New Columbia Resource Tracks Implementation of the President's Climate Action Plan
•Call for papers: Columbia will host the second annual Sabin Colloquium on Innovative Environmental Law Scholarship for junior scholars on May 8-9, 2014. Details and submission instructions available on our blog.
• Two related new white papers by former visiting scholar Shawna Ganley examine procurement policies in the United States and the E.U.: Federal "Green" Product Procurement Policy in the United States, and "Green" Product Procurement Policy in the European Union: Treatment of Lifecycle Carbon Analysis and Environmental PPM Restrictions.
• Threatened Island Nations: Legal Implications of Rising Seas and a Changing Climate, Michael Gerrard & Gregory E. Wannier (Co-Editors) (Cambridge University Press, 2013).
More publications are available here. Materials from past events are available here.
The Supreme Court and EPA Carbon Rules
Thursday, March 6, 2014
2:00 - 3:00 PM
Senate Visitors Center (SVC) 209-208
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Amaury Laporte at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 662-1884(202) 662-1884.