Sabin Center Releases its Summer/Fall 2018 Semi-Annual Report

Posted on December 12th, 2018 by Tiffany Challe


The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law posted its Summer/Fall 2018 Semi-Annual Report, which includes a summary of the Center’s key activities between June and December 2018.

It is available for download here.

Below are some key highlights from the report:


Climate Engineering and the Law: Regulation and Liability for Solar Radiation Management and Carbon Dioxide Removal, edited by Michael Gerrard and Tracy Hester

Climate Change, Public Health, and the Law, edited by Michael Burger and Justin Gundlach

Legal Tools for Cities to Cope with Extreme Heat, by Michael B. Gerrard and Edward McTiernan

Holding Fossil Fuel Companies Accountable for their Contribution to Climate Change: Where Does the Law Stand?  by Michael Burger & Jessica Wentz

Geological Storage of CO2 in Sub-Seafloor Basalt: the CarbonSAFE Pre-Feasibility Study Offshore Washington State and British Columbia,by Michael Gerrard, Romany Webb, et al. 


  • The Center submitted comments and briefs to numerous agencies, including EPA, FERC and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.
  • The Center sponsored or co-sponsored a total of 8 events. Many are available on our youtube channel.
  • In August, Michael Gerrard was named “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers for his work in environmental litigation in New York.


To learn more about our work, our Climate Law Blog, and numerous media and news items in which Michael Gerrard, Michael Burger and Sabin Center fellows were interviewed, quoted or mentioned, read the report here.

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