In 2019 the Environmental Law Institute published Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States, edited by Professors Michael B. Gerrard and John C. Dernbach, with chapters by 59 experts. It contains more than 1,000 recommendations for federal, state, local and private action to drastically reduce fossil fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions. New laws must be enacted at every level of government to implement many of these recommendations. This web site provides model laws that have been prepared by lawyers working pro bono around the country for this project (see this and this), as well as links to actual laws that have been enacted and model laws that have been drafted by others. These laws can be downloaded, customized for a particular jurisdiction, and enacted. They are organized according to the corresponding chapters in the book, which contains detailed legal analyses of the relevant issues. A thumbnail summary of the relevant chapter is provided for each pathway.