Prof. Cary Coglianese’s scholarship is quoted in Psychology Today essay on why effective climate policy is so difficult
Prof. Cary Coglianese provides insight into how the EPA involves industry in formulating pollution rules: ProPublica
Jones is a Catalyst Fellow at the Environmental Defense Center.
Prof. Coglianese is among the most cited U.S. law faculty for administrative/environmental law: American Law Institute
Prof. Coglianese’s scholarship on the Paris Agreement cited in op-ed about new global climate deal’s challenges: Business Daily
Prof. Coglianese explains that new California air pollution regulations on boats will end the ‘subsidizing’ of the sportfishing business: Los Angeles Times
As climate leaders gather in Glasgow, Prof. Cary Coglianese’s scholarship illuminates the challenges facing the Paris Agreement
The Agreement’s structural limitations and increasing populism could inhibit the successful implementation of international climate mitigation strategies, observes Prof. Coglianese.
Shelley Welton’s faculty appointment is at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School where she will hold an affiliation with the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy in the Weitzman School.
In light of concerns over delayed appointment at EPA, Prof. Cary Coglianese explains why nominations can take time: Bloomberg Law
Charlotte Raty L’23 is interning at Bayou City Waterkeeper (BCWK) in Houston, Texas.
Rizzo’s recently published pieces span constitutional, environmental, family, and intellectual property law.