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In Prof. Lisa M. Fairfax’s trailblazing course, students unpack the history of the ESG movement—and prepare to chart its future.
Sheridan Macy L’24 shares her experience working at the intersections of environmental law and human rights.
The Penn Program on Regulation launches a series of monthly workshops exploring the connections between artificial intelligence and climate change.
In The Journal, Prof. Shelley Welton argues for addressing “luxury emissions” to ignite a larger cultural shift against excessive carbon emissions.
“Both the congressional resolution and the presidential veto represent a contentious battle,” writes Alexandra Walsh L’24, WG’26 for The Regulatory Review.
At Bloomberg Law, Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses President Biden’s executive order that aims to modernize and strengthen the federal regulatory system.
Project Green Swan, co-developed by Mehrnoosh Aryanpour SJD’25, has been named winner of the Lauder Institute’s 2023 Jacobson Global Venture Award.
Prof. Shelley Welton’s paper outlining innovative strategies for strengthening grid reliability while accelerating the nation’s transition to a lower-carbon energy system has been award ASU’s Morrison Prize.
Prof. Shelley Welton has co-authored a new casebook that encourages using the tools of NPU law to help address some of the most pressing problems of our time.
Prof. Bill Burke-White proposes a “green investment treaty” to close the climate funding gap.
“Disjunctive efforts toward net zero … threaten to undermine the legal, political, and physical foundations of the global project,” writes Prof. Shelley Welton.
Penn Carey Law offers a comprehensive range of opportunities related to climate change and the law.