Sabin Center Launches New Website

Posted on November 3rd, 2016 by Jessica Wentz

The Sabin Center is pleased to announce the launch of our new website at The site contains many features that will make it easier to navigate our large collection of resources and learn about all aspects of the Center’s work. Some of the key features include:

Program areas: We have created landing pages for each of our program areas, which include links to relevant projects, publications, and resources.


Searchable publications: Visitors can now search our publications library by keyword in the title, author, or description, or browse publications by category.

New litigation databases: We recently upgraded our Non-U.S. Litigation Database to a new, interactive format that makes it much easier to find cases that deal with a particular topic.  We are in the process of upgrading our U.S. Litigation Database to the same format.

Event videos: We now have a video archive on youtube and a permanent link for all event livestreams.

Search bar: We added a search bar to the top right-hand corner of the website, which can be used to search for terms or phrases within the website.

Please note that if you have visited our old website (which was also accessible through, you may need to clear your cookies and cache in order to view the new website.

The Sabin Center would like to thank the Earth Institute Web Admin team, and in particular Arif Noori, for assisting us with the development of this new website.

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