Sabin Center Releases Its Summer/Fall 2019 Semi-Annual Report


Posted on January 29th, 2020 by Tiffany Challe

The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law posted its Summer/Fall 2019 Semi-Annual Report, which includes a summary of the Center’s key activities between June and December 2019.

It is available for download here.

Below are some key highlights from the report:

  • The Sabin Center launched several new projects: the Cities Climate Law Initiative, Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization, and the Renewable Energy Legal Defense Initiative.
  • The Center submitted comments and briefs to numerous agencies, including the EPA and FERC.
  • The Center sponsored or co-sponsored a total of 10 events. Many are available on our youtube channel.
  • The Center published books and papers on a variety of topics. These include:

 

Free-Movement Agreements & Climate-Induced Migration, Ama Francis (October 2019)

State Hazard Mitigation Plans & Climate Change: Rating the States: 2019 Update, by Dena Adler and Emma Gosliner (September 2019)

Survey of Greenhouse Gas Considerations in Federal Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments for Fossil Fuel- Related Projects, 2017-2018, by  Madeleine Siegal and Alexander Loznak (November 2019)

Annual Review of Developments Under SEQRA, by Michael B. Gerrard and Edward McTiernan (September 2019)

New Climate Law Will Reshape NY’s Key Sectors, by Michael B. Gerrard and Edward McTiernan (July 2019)

 

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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