Law’s Jonathan Adler publishes, presents on variety of topics, from climate change to health care

Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, has recently published and presented on a variety of topics, ranging from climate change to the health care ruling.

His recent article, “Eyes on a Climate Prize: Rewarding Energy Innovation to Achieve Climate Stabilization,” was published in the Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review issue of Environmental Law Reporter.

In addition, he wrote a chapter, titled “The False Promise of Federalization,” for the book Silent Spring at 50: The False Crises of Rachel Carson.

In July, he served as a panelist for a teleconference on “What Does the Health Care Ruling Mean for Environmental Law?”, sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute. Information can be found here.

He also presented the papers “Is the Clean Air Act Unconstitutional? The Enforceability of Highway Fund Sanctions After NFIB v. Sebelius” and “Taking Property Rights Seriously: The Case of Climate Change” at a workshop at the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Mont.

Other speaking engagements included a talk before the Santa Barbara (Calif.) Republican Woman on “Making Sense of the Supreme Court”; a panel on “Global Warming and Political Cooling: Addressing Climate Change on Many Fronts” at the 2012 National Convention of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy in Washington, D.C.; a panel on “Crisis in the Courts: The New White House Push on Judicial Confirmations and the Vacancy Rate’s Impact on Justice” at the Cleveland-Marshall School of Law; and a presentation of the paper “Desperately Seeking Certainty,” at a conference on “Beyond Jurisdiction: Wetlands Policy for the Next Generation,” at SUNY Buffalo School of Law.