The Trump Administration’s new social cost of carbon policy muddies the waters.
New rule would require shrimping boats to adopt measures that may reduce their impact on turtle populations.
Both President Trump and environmental advocates overstate the effects of repealing the Clean Power Plan.
Scholars argue EPA may already have the tools it needs to effectively regulate greenhouse gases.
Amid reports of record-breaking rainfall, regulators extend emergency drought measures for conservation.
Balancing the discretion afforded to multinational and domestic authorities presents special challenges to judges in ensuring effective application of European Union environmental law.
New standards require computers to use less energy when not in use.
Initial signs suggest that drastic environmental deregulation looms, but there may be much less than the Administration envisions.
Under President Trump’s executive order, the benefits of new regulations will play no role in regulatory decision-making.
A Trump Administration proposal that would reduce the social cost of carbon relies on an unjustified discount rate.
Considering only the national impact of emissions would be a harmful, misguided move by the Trump administration.
The Obama Administration releases report on opportunities to enhance nation’s climate resilience.