Tort law in US climate litigation

Webinars can provide a high impact/low carbon footprint way of learning. The current pandemic makes them all the more useful. I will regularly feature a few that I attend, highlighting organizers who pack the most learning per hour for me. This week the Center for Progressive Reform spotlighted US state tort law’s role in holdingContinue reading “Tort law in US climate litigation”

Climate litigation updates: Oh Canada!

Closer to my Green Mountain home, three appellate courts in Canada have now ruled on the constitutionality of the country’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Pollution Pricing Act. The Courts of Appeal for Ontario and Saskatchewan have held it constitutional while the Court of Appeal for Alberta has held the opposite. The Canadian Supreme Court will hearContinue reading “Climate litigation updates: Oh Canada!”

Climate litigation updates

It has been a busy last month for climate change in the courts. Decisions recently issued by French, UK, and Canadian judges have affirmed domestic mitigation obligations that underscore the Paris Agreement’s role in setting shared climate change norms. I published this law review article four years ago, which described a range of climate changeContinue reading “Climate litigation updates”

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