Engaging Climate Change

Making meaning of the international climate negotiations

The Tradition Continues

After creating an international climate change course at the Vermont Law School in 2013, and working with the JD, MELP, and LLM students pictured below at COP19 (Warsaw), COP20 (Lima), COP21 (Paris), COP22 (Marrakesh), COP23 (Fiji/Bonn), and COP24 (Katowice), it is time to move on.


But some things continue. The service learning partnership created with the Myanmar State Party Delegation. Teaching students through engaged, experiential learning that moves from the classroom to the negotiation room. Working hard and having fun.

Follow my new work at COP25 in Madrid – and beyond! – with students from Washington University in St. Louis and Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College – and the continued support of my VLS COP course alums.

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