Achieving the green economy requires taking into account divisive politics and distributive justice.
Environmental policymaking should focus on serving the underprivileged.
Vulnerable communities will benefit from a holistic and place-based focus in the shift toward a green economy.
Sound policy requires a deeper understanding of the interplay between regulation and unemployment.
Environmentalists and human-needs advocates must come together to drive the green economy movement.
Scholars debate the economic implications of climate change regulations for American communities.
More pipelines and electricity transmission lines would bolster the fight against climate change.
Limiting judicial deference to agencies would strengthen environmental policy and democratic accountability.
Former EPA Administrator urges the public to take action against climate change.
Given its recent advance notice, EPA should implement retrospective analysis of its regulations in several ways.
A one-size-fits-all approach to cost-benefit analysis won’t necessarily ensure better policy.
Environmentalists should question any move by this Administration’s EPA to reform its cost-benefit analysis.