New Resources from Columbia Center for Climate Change Law

Columbia Law School’s Center for Climate Change Law has posted two new reference services on U.S. climate law:

Climate  Regulation Tracking Service – Links to final and proposed US EPA regulations on GHGs, including associated Federal Register notices, EPA responses to comments, regulatory impact analyses, etc.

Municipal Climate Change Laws Resource Center – Database of New York State municipal laws on green buildings, renewable energy, and energy efficiency.

These two new services complement our existing services:

Climate Change Litigation Chart – Displays decided and pending proceedings in U.S. courts and administrative agencies; links to the actual decisions and to some pleadings

Climate Legislation Resource Center – Text of climate bills now pending in Congress; prior versions; database of rulemakings and other federal agency mandates in Waxman-Markey; links to hearings, markups, floor debates, commentaries, and other documents

All these services are frequently updated and can be accessed at this site:

If you would like to be added to the list to receive updates to the litigation chart and other services, please send an e-mail to . (I sent out the latest update on Friday, October 16 — if you didn’t receive the update, you are not on the list.)  Additional reference services are in preparation, so keep an eye on the web site. Thanks.


Michael B. Gerrard

Professor of Professional Practice
Director, Center for Climate Change Law
Columbia Law School
435 West 116th Street
New York, New York 10027
(212) 854-3287

Senior Counsel
Arnold & Porter LLP
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New York, New York 10022
(212) 715-1190

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