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EPISODE 16: Sackett v. EPA and Climate Whisperers

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Listen to Cale Jaffe, professor of law, director of the Environmental Law and Community Engagement Clinic at University of Virginia (UVA), and co-director of UVA's Program in Law, Communities and the Environment, chat about the Supreme Court's ruling on Sackett v. EPA and his idea of climate whisperers.



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Links to resources mentioned in this podcast -


Bill McKibben’s Book: End of Nature

Katharine Hayhoe’s BookSaving Us. A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World

Earl Swift’s Book: Chesapeake Requiem. A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island

Jaffe's Op-Ed in the Roanoke Times: "A Supreme Court decision on wetlands might have affected debt ceiling talks on the Mountain Valley Pipeline"

Jaffe's amicus Brief in the Sackett v. EPA case


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