Jason J. Czarnezki is the Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law, and Associate Dean of Environmental Law Programs and Strategic Initiatives at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.  Professor Czarnezki is also an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, and Visiting Fellow at the Uppsala Universitet Faculty of Law.  For 2020, Professor Czarnezki has been named, by the Swedish National Research Council, the Olof Palme Visiting Professor at Stockholm University. Prior to joining the Pace Law faculty, Professor Czarnezki was Faculty Director of the U.S.-China Partnership for Environmental Law, Professor of Law in the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School, and a Faculty Fellow in the Vermont Law Center for Agriculture and Food Systems.  He has held academic appointments at Marquette University Law School, DePaul University College of Law, and Sun Yat‑sen University in Guangzhou, China, as a J. William Fulbright Scholar. Previously, Professor Czarnezki served as a law clerk to the Honorable D. Brock Hornby of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine and as a law clerk for the Bureau of Legal Services at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.  He has presented his work on natural resources law, environmentalism, food policy, sustainable public procurement, private environmental governance, and global climate policy at universities, public interest organizations, government institutions, and conferences throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.  His articles have been published in the law journals of Boston College, Boston University, Stanford Law School, University of Chicago, University of Colorado, University of Maryland, and University Virginia. His books include Everyday Environmentalism: Law, Nature and Individual Behavior (2011) and Food, Agriculture and Environmental Law (2013). Professor Czarnezki, who received his undergraduate and law degrees from The University of Chicago, was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and calls many places “home”–New York City; Montpelier, Vermont; Stockholm, Sweden; and a little lake cabin in New England.