The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
Confronting the Public Health Threat of Septic Tanks
As climate change amplifies the risks of septic tanks, lawmakers must act to protect their communities.
Electrifying Environmental Justice
Scholar urges federal land regulators to protect Native American communities from mining harms expected from the transition to electric vehicles.
Solving the Pedestrian Safety Crisis
Scholar explains how NHTSA can regulate to ensure pedestrian safety.
Swimming Upstream Amid Climate Change
Scholar discusses possible legal avenues to support salmon conservation during climate change.
Promoting the Climate Benefits of Marine Aquaculture
Scholar explores how kelp and shellfish farms can support U.S. climate goals.
EPA Finds Evidence of Racial Discrimination in Cancer Alley
Black Louisiana residents have been disproportionately burdened by hazardous industrial air pollutants.
Can Financial Regulation Save the Planet?
Scholars assess whether the financial sector should lead the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Net-Zero Emission Pledges May Not Lead to Full Decarbonization
Examining countries’ net-zero pledges reveals variations and loopholes that will allow for slippage in climate progress.
Think Globally on Climate, Act Locally on Leaf Blowers
Restricting gas-powered leaf blowers can positively affect the health of people and the planet.
Public Opinion Supports Electric Vehicle Tax Credits
The U.S. public prefers electric vehicle tax credits be open to cars manufactured anywhere.
Could Financial Disclosures Curb Climate Change?
Climate disclosures—if designed well—can bridge the gap between financial actors and regulatory goals.