- October 16, 2023
Overcoming political polarization will be necessary to enact meaningful policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the risk of climate change. This was the message the University of Colorado’s Professor Matthew Burgess presented in his lecture “Depolarizing Climate Change in the United States” on Oct. 4 at the law school.
- October 11, 2023
The Honorable Shalanda H. Baker, director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the U.S. Department of Energy, joined the Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law for a conversation on her work promoting and overseeing the federal government’s energy justice initiatives.
Workshop Examines Role of Permitting in Facilitating and Obstructing Clean Energy and Sustainable DevelopmentOctober 10, 2023
In September, the Coleman P.
Experts debate role of international law in responding to the global climate change crisis at CWRU School of LawOctober 04, 2023
On Sept. 28-29, two dozen of the foremost experts in climate change and international law gathered at Woodland Hall at the Cleveland Botanical Garden to debate how to respond to the increasing threat of global climate change.
- May 10, 2023
Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law Director Jonathan H. Adler’s latest book, Climate Liberalism: Perspectives on Liberty, Property and Pollution (Palgrave), explores the intersection of climate change policy and classical liberal political theory.