Sarah E. Light
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics
Legal Studies and Business Ethics
Sarah E. Light (forthcoming). Foreword: Regulating Toxic Chemicals through Precautionary Federalism, Penn Undergraduate L.J.
Sarah E. Light (Forthcoming). Precautionary Federalism and the Sharing Economy, Emory Law Journal, 66.
Sarah E. Light, Michael Vandenbergh (2015) Private Environmental Governance, In Environmental Decision Making, Encyclopedia of Environmental Law.
Sarah E. Light (2015). The Military-Environmental Complex (abridged), Environmental Law & Policy Annual Review.
Sarah E. Light, Eric W. Orts (2015). Parallels in Public and Private Environmental Governance, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law, 5, 1.
Sarah E. Light (2015). The New Insider Trading: Environmental Markets within the Firm, Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 34 (1), 3.
Sarah E. Light (2014). The Military-Environmental Complex, B.C. L. Review, 55, 879.
Sarah E. Light (2014). Valuing National Security: Climate Change, The Military, and Society, UCLA Law Review, 61, 1772.
Sarah E. Light (2013). NEPA’s Footprint: Information Disclosure as a Quasi-Carbon Tax on Agencies, Tulane Law Review, 87, 511.
Sarah E. Light (1999). Rejecting the Logic of Confinement: Care Relationships and the Mentally Disabled Under Tort Law, Yale Law Journal, 109, 381.
Sarah E. Light (1999). The Human Rights Injunction: Equitable Remedies Under the Alien Tort Claims Act, TRANSNAT’L L. & CONTEMP. PROBS. , 9, 653.
In this interview on Wharton Business Radio on SiriusXM channel 111, Professor Sarah Light talks about how mainstream businesses are advancing sustainability, where her research suggests we’re headed, and what the best tactics look to be for bringing private enterprise and national governments together to stave off a climate crisis.