The Sabin Center issues a report about its activities twice each year.
- Winter / Spring 2017 highlights:
The Center sponsored 7 events; published New York’s New Sea Level Rise Projections Will Affect Land Use, Infrastructure, Planning for the Effects of Climate Change on Natural Resources, Trump’s Executive Order on Regulatory Costs Undermines Congressional Authority; launched three online resources – the Climate Deregulation Tracker, the State Attorneys General Environmental Actions database and Climate Change Laws of the World; and submitted comments to EPA.
- Summer / Fall 2016, highlights:
The Center sponsored 15 events; published a variety of papers on international climate negotiations, fossil fuel production, and environmental impact assessment; joined the Advisory Committee for the Platform on Disaster Displacement; and commenced a project to help three Florida cities prepare for the impacts of climate change.
- Winter/Spring 2016, highlights:
The Center sponsored 9 panels and conferences; published Legal Pathways to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions under Section 115 of the Clean Air Act, Downstream and Upstream Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Proper Scope of NEPA Review (forthcoming in Harvard Environmental Law Review); and filed an amicus brief in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in defense of EPA’s Clean Power Plan on behalf of the National
League of Cities, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and 54 individual cities, counties, and mayors.