Climate Change

Arnold & Porter's Climate Change practices span regulatory and compliance counseling, participation in rulemaking activities, representation in government and citizen enforcement actions, and litigation of disputes. Our team includes a former EPA lawyer with 25 years of Clean Air Act experience beginning with implementation of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, and the Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice and Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School.

We represent clients in the automotive, engine, railroad, fuel, electric power, stored energy and chemical industries across all aspects of the federal Clean Air Act, as well as various state programs, particularly California. We appear regularly before US EPA, the various EPA Regional Offices, and the California Air Resources Board.

Our broader climate change practice also extends to renewable energy standards, carbon trading, "green washing," green real estate, and fuel efficiency laws and regulations. We have represented clients on some of the most significant litigation matters relating to climate change. Our experienced team is called upon for assistance with issues involved in land use and development, power and transportation policy, corporate governance, international trade, and corporate transactions.

We maintain a comprehensive chart that displays US climate change litigation, covering pending as well as decided cases. Those interested in receiving updates to this chart should send a note to Margaret Barry. We offer a link to the President's Climate Action Plan Tracker, prepared by Columbia Law School, which is directed by senior counsel Michael Gerrard. These have links to federal legislation and relevant documents plus a database of required rulemakings and other federal agency actions.

Chart on US Climate Change Litigation
We offer a link to the President's Climate Action Plan Tracker, prepared by Columbia Law School, which is directed by senior counsel Michael Gerrard.
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