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The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law (SCCCL) develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains law students and lawyers in their use, and provides the public with up-to-date resources on key topics in climate law and regulation.
The SCCCL has performed work on Section 111(d), which can be viewed here: http://web.law.columbia.edu/climate-change/clean-air-act.
Harvard's ELI is a dynamic group of faculty and students who actively publish, present, and research on topics in environmental law.
The ELI runs the State Power Project. More on that here: http://statepowerproject.org/.
The Center's Renewable Energy program focuses on all forms of renewable energy, including solar, wind, and waste-digesters. We produce legal and policy research and analysis on ways to eliminate barriers and promote renewable penetration. We engage state policy makers with advice based in analysis to produce real world results. On an international level, we are active in studying policy and project precedents to understand successful pathways.
The Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment is the leading law school center focused on climate change and other critical environmental issues. Founded in 2008 with a generous gift from Dan A. Emmett and his family, the Institute works across disciplines to develop and promote research and policy tools useful to decision makers locally, statewide, nationally and beyond. Our Institute serves as a premier source of environmental legal scholarship, nonpartisan expertise, policy analysis and training.
Projects include the Public Utilities Commission Clean Energy Policy Collaborative Project. See more here: http://www.law.ucla.edu/centers/environmental-law/emmett-institute-on-climate-change-and-the-environment/projects/.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment is modeled on the fundamentals of a successful public policy consulting firm—committed to delivering vital services that are on point and timely. We select the research associates from top students in the energy and environmental programs at Vermont Law School—an institution with a longstanding reputation for advancing environmental law and policy.
Legal Planet, a collaboration between UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law, provides insight and analysis on energy and environmental law and policy. The blog draws upon the individual research strengths and expertise of the law schools’ legal scholars and think tanks.
This publication compiled a list of ten blogs that offer information in a readable format that the authors of the list found covered a wide range of topics. Not an end point for your research, but this may be a place to get some ideas about emerging issues.
American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is the premier national trade association that represents the interests of America’s wind energy industry - the country’s fastest growing energy sector. Together, with hundreds of our member organizations, we work to help drive wind energy demand and to make it as cost-competitive as possible.
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