The GreenLaw Blog

A solution-oriented publication, GreenLaw aims to provide information, context, and commentary on current events and developments in the field of environmental law.

Charting a Path for Climate Rights

The following article, written by student reporters, is part of a series of reflections from the Climate Constitutionalism Conference, hosted by Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University on March 29, 2024. The event brought together legal scholars, activists,...

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Evolving State Green Amendment Litigation

The following article, written by student reporters, is part of a series of reflections from the Climate Constitutionalism Conference, hosted by Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University on March 29, 2024. The event brought together legal scholars, activists,...

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The Challenges of a Winning Climate Case

The following article, written by student reporters, is part of a series of reflections from the Climate Constitutionalism Conference, hosted by Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and Widener University Delaware Law School, and co-chaired by Distinguished...

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How Durham Paved the Way for Adaptive Reuse of Old Mills

In the early 1900s, North Carolina was known for its unbleached cloth, plaids, ginghams, denims, towels, socks, and flannel, clothing for working people, and tobacco. During World War I, American-made textile goods, specifically blankets and military uniforms, were in...

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How Norfolk, Virginia is Mitigating Sea Level Rise

The land is sinking, and the seas are rising. Coastal cities worldwide struggle to deal with the impact of climate change and the rising tides. Sea level rise impacts towns and communities around the globe. Their destruction has shown cities and towns the importance...

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