Vice President, Climate and Sustainability; Editor-in-Chief, Environmental Law Reporter
- Climate Change: policy
- International: international law
- Law: federal, state and local government policies
- Pollution: hazardous substances
Scott Schang strategically directs the Institute’s climate and energy work. He also oversees both the Institute’s membership division and its three periodicals and ELI Press, which publishes 4-6 books annually. Scott was previously Co-Director of ELI’s Africa Program and worked on the Institute’s Endangered Environmental Laws Program. Prior to joining ELI in 2003, Scott practiced environmental law for ten years with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and with Latham & Watkins. His private practice encompassed most areas of environmental law and policy, with an emphasis on chemical and pesticide regulation, federal rulemaking, and environmental due diligence.
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1994
- B.A., Yale University, 1988
Columnist, “Our Profession,” Envtl Forum, 2005-Present.
J. Troell, C. Bruch, A. Cassar, & S. Schang, “Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment as a Tool for Promoting Public Participation in International Watercourse Management,“ in Jansky & Uitto, eds., Enhancing Participation and Governance in Water Resources Management (United Nations University Press 2005).
J. Austin & S. Schang, “The Rise (And Fall?) of Fundamentalist Federalism,” Envtl Forum, September/October, 2004.
Co-author, Judging NEPA: A “Hard Look” at Judicial Decision Making Under the National Environmental Policy Act, (Envtl. L. Inst., 2004).
Co-author, A Toolkit for Environmental Advocacy in Africa (Envtl. L. Inst. 2004).
J. Holmstead, et al., “Developing a National Emissions Inventory for MDI,” Environmental Manager, November, 2000.
Contributor, “High Court Enhances Trial Judges’ Gatekeeper Role In Determining Admissibility of Scientific Evidence,” Pesticide & Toxic Chemical News, Jan. 14, 1998, at 5.
Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, “Release Reporting Requirements Under TSCA, FIFRA, OSHA, RCRA, CWA, and CAA,” 27 Environmental Reporter 1250 (Oct. 4, 1996); “Release Reporting Under CERCLA and EPCRA,” 27 Environmental Reporter 1171 (Sept. 20, 1996).