Eleanor Stein

Albany Law School adjunct professor Eleanor Stein on Friday Nov. 27, 2015 in Albany, N.Y. (Michael P. Farrell/Times Union)

Eleanor Stein teaches Law of Climate Change at Albany Law School and the State University of New York, with an emphasis on climate justice; she serves on the Advisory Board of Rocky Mountain Institute’s eLab and on the Board of EcoViva, a US-based project in solidarity with climate adaptation in rural El Salvador. As an administrative law judge at New York State’s Public Service Commission, she adjudicated most of New York State’s proceedings on renewable energy and energy efficiency, and mediated the post-Superstorm Sandy collaborative on climate resilience. From 2014-2015 she was project manager for the State’s Reforming the Energy Vision and in 2015 she received a Master of Laws degree with distinction in climate change law from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.

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