Environmental law is a complex legal field involving the protection and use of natural resources in both private and public spaces. Policies and regulations vary and intersect across regional, national and international levels; relevant issues can range from energy and pollution to climate change and wildlife conservation.
Given its multifaceted and evolving nature, it's important to receive accurate and up to date information on this subject. So, we've compiled a list of some of the best environmental law feeds on Twitter that will help keep you informed.
The list is based on Twitter data culled according to content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, blog popularity, the opinions of other environmental law experts and influencers, as well as our own subjective judgment.
Note that some influential voices are not included, either because they don't have active Twitter accounts or because they only tweet about environmental law sporadically. Here, our goal is to provide the best possible stream of environmental law news, analyses and insight.
News organization focusing on energy and the environment. Topics include state & federal legislation, regulation & climate policy, legal cases & judicial decisions, controversies, etc.
Joel B. Eisen
An energy, administrative and environmental law professor whose areas of expertise include energy law and policy, utilities regulation, climate change and renewable energy.
Environmental lawyer and professor of climate change law & energy regulation. Former chair of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources.
The Natural Resources Defense Council is a litigation-focused NPO whose team of lawyers and policy advocates work in environmental justice, pollution, public health and more.
An attorney with 25+ years of experience in environmental law. Head of the Environment, Energy and Resources Law and Cannabis Law industry groups at Plunkett Cooney.
SELC (Envrnmntl Law)
The Southern Environmental Law Center is an NPO with 70+ attorneys who strengthen laws and go to court to stop environmental abuses or to set far-reaching precedents.
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