Achieving the energy transition will take money, minerals, land, water, and skilled labor. Will we have enough of each?
Sabin Center for Climate Change Law Archives - State of the Planet
As natural disasters become more frequent and more costly, the struggling insurance market could affect the entire economy. To weather the storms ahead, insurers will need to make some changes.
This seemingly simple term carries a lot of baggage. Scholars at the Columbia Climate School are helping to envision what forward movement could look like.
A response to a recent essay in the New York Times.
Transitioning off fossil fuels isn’t all sunshine and roses. Experts from around Columbia Climate School weigh in on how governments and developers can move forward responsibly.
The bill’s requirement to offer land for oil and gas development may have a more limited impact than feared.
It’s the U.S.’s first bill that focuses on climate change, but it’s not perfect.
New York Denies Air Quality Permit to a Cryptocurrency Mining Facility, Citing Sabin Center White Paper
On June 30, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation denied an application to renew an air quality permit for the Greenidge Generating Station, citing work published by Columbia Climate School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law.
Despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia. v. EPA, rulings in other countries demonstrate that courts worldwide remain an important forum for potentially advancing climate rights.
Seaweed farms could capture and store carbon emissions. A new paper suggests leasing and permitting changes that could help the industry thrive in California.