How Factory Farming Could Cause the Next COVID-19
The CDC should recommend agricultural reforms to reduce pandemic risks caused by factory farms.
Stock Markets Fail to Punish Firms that Cause Harm
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows that market incentives alone do not guarantee sufficient safety and environmental measures.
Avoiding Unduly Concentrated Clean Energy Markets
The IRS will need help to avoid unintended adverse effects in implementing the Inflation Reduction Act’s clean energy provisions.
Incorporated Standards in a Federal System
When state and local officials incorporate voluntary codes and standards, they still need to watch out for federal preemption.
Including Tribal Communities in Conservation Efforts
Authors of recent paper argue that the Bureau of Land Management should heed input from tribes.
Major Questions About Climate Regulation
Scholars argue that attacks on the constitutionality of federal climate change regulations distort the major questions doctrine.
Turning a Corner on a Rocky History with ESG
Scholars argue that the SEC has historically resisted creating ESG disclosures but has recently changed course.
Do Not Blame Us
Court disregards the Clean Air Act’s clear language in applying the major questions doctrine to curb EPA’s climate authority.
Supreme Court Crushes the United States’ Ability to Mitigate Climate Change
Rejecting EPA’s ability to reshape the coal industry, the Court forecasts invalidating future agency actions.
A Dangerous, Even if Expected, Opinion on Climate
The Supreme Court casts a shadow across the regulatory state in opinion limiting EPA’s ability to fight climate change.
Drilling Approvals are Not the Reason for High Oil Prices
Despite criticism, the Biden Administration’s drilling approvals have had little impact on current prices.
Invasive Carp Eye the Great Lakes
Regulators struggle to keep pace with migration of invasive species to the Great Lakes.