Skip to main content

Tag: Environment

View All 

Environmental Justice Advocates 

May 26, 2022

The Environmental Law Project (ELP) is dedicated to environmental law and policy, fighting climate change, and advancing environmental justice

Administrative Law, Careers, Cary Coglianese, Civil Rights, Cross Disciplinary, Curriculum, Environment, Experiential, Faculty, Featured, Global, Government, Igniting Positive Change, Law School, Local, Pro Bono Student Groups, Pro Bono, Public Service, Regulation, Research and Scholarship, Research, Social, Student Groups, Students, thoughtleadership 

International Energy Perspectives 

May 23, 2022

Samuel Wong L’23 recently shared his experiences in one of the Law School’s Global Research Seminars, which yielded new perspectives on how countries can support clean technology.

article archive, Curriculum, Environment, Global, International Comparative, International, Students 

Facing Climate Change with Optimism 

April 27, 2022

In “Climate Change & the Energy Evolution,” students learn how to use their legal skills to decarbonize the world’s economy.

article archive, Curriculum, Environment, Featured, Global, Law School, Students 

Cryptocurrency and Climate Crisis 

April 11, 2022

Prof. Coglianese moderated a discussion with Duke Law’s Lawrence Baxter on cryptocurrencies and their far-reaching environmental impacts.

article archive, Cary Coglianese, Environment, Events, Faculty, Featured, Government, Law and Technology, PPR, Regulation, Regulatory Review 

Amplifying Community Voices for Environmental Justice 

April 5, 2022

Valerie Baron L’12, LPS’13 works alongside communities most affected by the agriculture industry, helping to protect and preserve their rights.

Alumni, article archive, clinic, Environment, Featured, Igniting Positive Change, Public Service, Social, TPIC 

Alexander Sprenger L’22 and Katherine Rohde L’23 named winners of ‘Administrative Law’ essay competition 

March 24, 2022

Sprenger wrote about the redefined scope of the Clean Water Act while Rohde’s essay addresses congressional action concerning suicide risks among LGBTQ+ youth.

Administrative Law, article archive, Environment, Faculty, Featured, Government, LGBTQ, Penn Program on Regulation, Regulatory Review, Research and Scholarship, Sophia Z. Lee, Students 

Franklin Kury L’61, author of Environmental Rights Amendment in PA, releases book with plea for action on climate change 

March 21, 2022

The Constitutional Question to Save the Planet: The Peoples’ Right to a Healthy Environment was published in April 2021 by the Environmental Law Institute.

Alumni, alumnibooks, Environment