Conference emphasizes impacts of conservation on urban and rural communities.
Obama and his Republican rivals seek different paths to energy independence.
Unanimous court authorizes direct judicial review of EPA water pollution orders.
Adaptation deserves consideration as response to global warming.
Policy makers must consider how environmental regulation affects markets.
Blue ribbon body urges federal government to implement major reforms.
Decade-long process culminates in toxic air emissions standards for PVC producers.
Republican front-runner proposes reining in regulation while increasing production of domestic energy sources.
President Obama’s joke about spilled milk helps illustrate the need to understand how regulations actually work.
Fracking holds great promise as a source of U.S. energy.
Economists investigate responses to civil and criminal enforcements of environmental violations.
Penn Law’s Environmental Law Project submits comment supporting EPA proposed rule.