Historic water levels across the Great Lakes region present state regulators with significant challenges.
Scholars encourage regulatory authorities to adopt measures to prevent or mitigate wildfire damage.
To save the seas from tiny plastics, a business leader proposes that plastics producers self-regulate.
Scholar argues that fossil fuel leases on public lands should reflect the external costs of production.
A new U.S. government funding bill ushers in two initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Fed is beginning to consider policy responses to climate change.
Despite protests, the U.S. government has opened the largest forest in North America to industrial activity.
Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.
Firms that address climate change mitigate political risk and protect their reputation, while maximizing profit.
Experts say that EPA’s limited authority over concentrated animal feeding operations perpetuates pollution.
Climate change pledges require concrete government policies to ensure their enforceability and effectiveness.
Scholars discuss regulations that provide tax deductions for environmental conservation on private lands.