by Cullen Howe

Columbia Law School’s Center for Climate Change Law is proud to announce that two of its blogs, the Climate Law Blog and the Green Building Law Update Service, were recently recognized as two of the “Top 50 Environmental & Climate Change blogs” by LexisNexis.

According to LexisNexis, “These top blogs offer some of the best writing out there. They contain a wealth of information for all segments of the environmental law and climate change industry, and include timely news items, expert analysis, practice tips, frequent postings and helpful links to other sites and sources.”

LexisNexis described the Climate Law Blog as follows: “Brought to you by professors, their attorney colleagues, and graduate fellows and students associated with Columbia’s Center for Climate Change Law, this fast-paced, cutting edge blog covers a wide range of topics and issues. The writers keep to the cutting edge of legal and global developments when analyzing seminal court decisions, statutes and regulations, and international events.”

It described the Green Building Law Update Service as follows:  “Another invaluable content source from the thought leaders at Columbia’s Center for Climate Change Law, this blog provides national updates on green building law.  Covers the states from New York to California, tracks activity within EPA, IRS, FTC, GSA and other federal agencies, and reports on international developments.”

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