n. 26 Il caso “City of Oakland vs. BP” sui doveri di informazione delle imprese climalteranti.
This website provides two databases of climate change litigation, one for U.S. climate change litigation and one for non-U.S. cases.
The U.S. Climate Change Litigation database is a joint project of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School and Arnold & Porter. It tracks developments in litigation and administrative proceedings related to climate change. Michael B. Gerrard, then a partner at Arnold & Porter and now Faculty Director of the Sabin Center, and J. Cullen Howe, an environmental law specialist at Arnold & Porter, created the U.S. Climate Litigation Chart in 2007. The U.S. chart is updated on a monthly basis, and currently includes 1157 cases* with links to 5613 case documents.
The Non-U.S. Climate Litigation Chart was created in 2011 and is updated regularly. It currently includes 321 cases, with links to 384 case documents.