Climate change pledges require concrete government policies to ensure their enforceability and effectiveness.
Scholars discuss regulations that provide tax deductions for environmental conservation on private lands.
Advocates should promote tribal sovereignty and protect lands through joint forest management agreements.
Scholar argues that the United States may need to amend its asylum laws to include climate refugees.
Experts argue that the United States can do more to reduce the risk of climate change on financial markets.
As millions of acres burn along the West Coast, the United States must improve the way it manages forest fires.
Corporate counsel should heed regulators’ warnings that climate change is a risk to the financial industry.
Scholar argues that energy regulations that once protected consumers now block renewable energy companies.
The world needs a new strategy to fight climate change aggressively and effectively.
Scholar asserts that federal law and incentive structures should facilitate renewable energy development on tribal lands.
Critics argue that a federal regulator’s failure to address climate change clashes with the goal of efficient markets.
A revised CEQ rule seeks to limit judicial review of agency action, threatening the separation of powers.