The Environmental Forum

Volume 39 Issue 4

July-August 2022

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white wind turbines against a cloudy sky

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER The United States should use its clout with the banks to lessen fossil-fuel investments and increase financing for sustainability.

By Theresa Trillo
Lewis & Clark Law School
a barn and silos behind a row of crops

ELI PRESS A closer look at farmers, farmworkers, farm communities.

By Peter H. Lehner, Nathan A. Rosenberg and Bryce Wilson Stucki
Earthjustice, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic, Writer and Researcher
Sweating judge fanning himself with papers

ELI POLICY BRIEF No. 17 Spurred by government actions and court decisions—and accompanied by a drumbeat of growing impacts—a rule of law of climate change is emerging. ELI’s Climate Judiciary Project is preparing the bench to understand the science and ensure justice in the new legal environment.

By Sandra Nichols Thiam and Paul Hanle
Environmental Law Institute, Environmental Law Institute
By: David P. Clarke

Urgency Is Required in Tackling Extinction, Biodiversity, Climate

By: Craig M. Pease

Just Let the Engineers, Medical Doctors, and Scientists Speak

By: Linda K. Breggin

Utility Initiatives Aim to Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption and Use

By: Sally R.K. Fisk

Government Regulation of Sustainability is Emerging

By: Bethany A. Davis Noll

Slowly but Surely Back to State Court to Try the Climate Suits

By: Ethan Shenkman

Insights for Practitioners From Assistant Attorney General Kim

By: Bob Sussman

Addressing Global Energy Crisis While Fighting Climate Change

By: Lynn Scarlett

Lynn Scarlett on public lands as common grounds

By: Stephen R. Dujack, By: Akielly Hu

The Editors on What's on Professionals' Plates