Listen to Jenny Rushlow, dean of the Maverick Lloyd School for the Environment, professor of law, and faculty director of the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law and Graduate School talk about the Montana Court's ruling on Held v. State of Montana, how it relates to other cases such as the landmark climate law case she argued and won before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Kain v. Department of Environmental Protection, and how these cases advance environmental advocacy and justice.
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Dean Rushlow co-authored and published an article about the Kain case, "Behind the Curtain: Insiders’ View of Developing and Enforcing State Climate Change Laws.” (pdf)
Read the decision by Judge Kathy Seeley.
Discover what Pat Parenteau, professor of law emeritus and senior fellow for climate policy at Vermont Law and Graduate School, had to say to CNN, Scientific American, and NPR’s Living on Earth podcast about the significance of the Held v. State of Montana decision. Listen to Pat on the Hothouse Earth podcast.