Chloe Field joined the Sabin Center as a Legal Fellow to contribute to the Center’s work addressing climate risk and resilience in the financial sector. Working with the Initiative on Climate Risk and Resilience Law she will focus on federal and state regulatory efforts to address climate-related financial risks. She received […]
Today, Emma Shumway joins the Sabin Center as a Climate Justice Fellow. Her work focuses on the environmental justice and equity implications of developments in climate change law and policy at the national, state, and local levels. Emma graduated from Columbia Law School in 2023, where she was a Ruth […]
Dan has joined the Sabin Center as a Smart Surfaces Fellow, as part of our Cities Climate Law Initiative. His work will focus on facilitating the adoption of reflective roofs and pavements, porous pavements, green roofs, solar PV and more at the metropolitan and community level. Before joining the center […]
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law posted its Winter/Spring 2023 Semi-annual Report, which includes a summary of the Center’s key activities between January and June 2023. It is available for download here. Below are some highlights from the report: The Sabin Center launched two new online tools – the […]
Isabel has joined the Sabin Center as its Assistant Director of Operations. In this role, she designs and manages processes related to budgets, grants, contracts and other business operations. Isabel previously held positions at Achievement First, a public charter school network serving 41 schools in New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island, where […]
While progress is being made, there is still a lot to do. The IPCC has said that, in addition to reducing emissions, it will likely also be necessary to draw greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere to mitigate climate change. The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, an affiliate of the Columbia Climate School, has been exploring various ways of doing that, including through “blue carbon” approaches. Blue carbon is carbon captured by ocean and coastal ecosystems. In this post, we will focus specifically on ocean-based carbon dioxide removal and sequestration, also known as “ocean CDR”.
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law posted its Summer/Fall 2022 Semi-Annual Report, which includes a summary of the Center’s key activities between June and December 2022. It is available for download here. Below are some highlights from the report: Michael Gerrard received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the New York […]
Ilmi Granoff has joined the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law as a Senior Fellow. Ilmi is an attorney and climate and sustainable finance expert with over two decades of experience—spanning public, private, and third-sector institutions—working on the policy and financing of the transition to a net-zero greenhouse gas, sustainable economy. […]