Nathaniel Eisen is a joint J.D./master in public policy student at New York University School of Law and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He is studying strategies for climate-change mitigation and adaptation, including both community-led and international efforts to reverse deforestation and transition to renewable sources of energy.

Eisen has worked on developing new environmental laws in Cambodia and litigating tort-based and statutory claims in U.S. courts. In 2017, he interned with EarthRights International and contributed to the early stages of its climate-change litigation.

October 30, 2018

Why It's Vital for States to Sue Over Climate Change

By taking fossil-fuel companies to court, states stand the best chance to hold them to account.