Floods in the United States pose a unique regulatory challenge.
EPA’s proposed relaxation of a rule restricting water pollution from coal plants generates controversy.
Global warming poses unique threats that require paradigmatic shifts to solve.
Government leaders must take swift action to mitigate the risks of wildfire disasters.
Critics of proposed data disclosure rule suggest it could undermine effective rulemaking.
The judicial system may need to adapt to allow climate change cases to be heard in court.
The FTC and Justice Department must change their interpretation of antitrust laws to protect fair competition in agriculture.
Democratic primary candidates are competing to define the scale and scope of climate action.
Regulation, combined with other efforts, has successfully repopulated wild turkeys in the United States.
Recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments provide hope for the future of Clean Water Act enforcement.
Scholars offer suggestions for how regulation can reduce disparities in exposure to environmental problems.
Attorneys argue that Department of Interior enforcement practices threaten migratory birds.