Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Author at State of the Planet

New Report Highlights the Complex Intersection of Antitrust Law and Sustainability Goals

The purpose of this new report is to provoke and support engagement among policymakers, private firms, and the wider public about the ways that competition policy can support sustainable development.

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Model Environmental Justice Bills, Aimed at State Legislators, Are Released

A new framework for legislators and advocates aims to promote environmental justice with exemplary tools to accelerate proposed policy changes.

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New Toolkit Models Climate Litigation Risk

A new report from the Sabin Center provides a climate adaptation toolkit for the insurance industry.

New Tool Monitors Implementation of Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act

New York’s climate law is one of the strongest in the world. A new tracker helps to understand progress in implementing it.

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Report Finds 228 Local Restrictions Against Siting Wind, Solar, and Other Renewables

Renewable energy projects have encountered significant opposition in at least 45 states, according to a new report.

by Matthew Eisenson |May 31, 2023
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Harnessing the Ocean’s Power to Combat the Climate Crisis

The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law is working to advance laws that facilitate safe and responsible ways of leveraging the ocean to remove carbon dioxide from the air.

by Tiffany Challe |April 21, 2023

Website Tracks Inflation Reduction Act’s Climate Provisions is a free resource that includes a searchable database of the bill’s climate change-related provisions and actions taken by federal agencies to implement those provisions.

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At Davos, a Call for Solutions to Climate Migration and a Culture of Welcome Instead of Fear

The key to addressing climate migration and displacement is to come up with creative solutions that will make it easier — not harder — for people to flee from peril.

by Ama Francis |February 8, 2023
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Just Transition Litigation in Latin America: Sabin Center Launches New Report

Looking at 20 just transition lawsuits from Latin America, the report analyzes what arguments are being made and how those arguments have been received by the courts.

by Maria Antonia Tigre |January 4, 2023
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Sabin Center’s Amy Turner Tapped for NYC Mayor’s Sustainability Advisory Board

Turner is one of 26 board members who will help to guide the city’s long-term resiliency and sustainability goals.