Taxing carbon emissions, although unpopular, may be the best way to fund the fight against climate change.
Examining countries’ net-zero pledges reveals variations and loopholes that will allow for slippage in climate progress.
The U.S. public prefers electric vehicle tax credits be open to cars manufactured anywhere.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows that market incentives alone do not guarantee sufficient safety and environmental measures.
ESG initiatives will provide little social value if firms do not improve conditions that led CSR to fail.
Climate-related risks pose financial stability concerns for the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank.
Proponents of nuclear energy should focus on its economic and environmental benefits to garner local support.
Firms that address climate change mitigate political risk and protect their reputation, while maximizing profit.
Climate change pledges require concrete government policies to ensure their enforceability and effectiveness.
Environmental policymaking should focus on serving the underprivileged.
India’s Supreme Court enforces public interest regulations, but it risks political harm in doing so.
A globally recognized certifiable standard could correct market failure and improve product quality.