By Adam Riedel, CCCL Associate Director With much fanfare and angst, on January 18 the Obama administration denied a permit for the hotly contested Keystone pipeline which would carry oil from the tar sands of Alberta to refineries in the Gulf Coast of the U.S. The decision over the pipeline has become a political football […]

By Julia Dobtsis, Fall 2011 CCCL Extern The Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School has added an energy facility litigation database¬† to its research resources. This new resource collects and organizes in one central database energy cases spanning the years 2005 through 2011, and contains a total of approximately 2000 decisions from […]

By Alexis Saba, CCCL Fellow There has been a flurry of discussion about the value of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the annual Framework meeting, the Conference of the Parties. After attending the COP17 in Durban, I too raise the same question, especially after recognizing one of the most debilitating aspects […]

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