Despite the howls coming from Mitch McConnell’s office, the White House has begun vetting potential replacements for Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last month after three decades of treating the Constitution like a sacred rulebook sent from God above.

NPR reports that Obama is considering Judges Merrick Garland, Sri Srinivasan, Paul Watford, Jane Kelly, and Ketanji Brown Jackson. Here’s how they stand on the environment:

Chief Judge Merrick Garland, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia

Garland, a former prosecutor and moderate liberal, was first considered in 2010 for the seat that ultimately went to Eleanor Kagan. While Garland isn’t exactly a climate warrior, he did write the 2004 D.C. Appeals Court decision in favor of the Sierra Club, ruling that under the Bush administration, the EPA was neglecting smog standards as required by the Clean Air Act.