Stamping Out Counterfeit Postage
The U.S. Postal Service adopts final rule aimed at reducing postage fraud.
Solving State Transmission Roadblocks to Unlock Renewable Energy
Scholar examines how community-based regulatory reforms can support efforts to scale up the United States’ electric grid.
Sustainable Transportation for Rural Communities
Regulators must redress transportation inequities in rural and disadvantaged communities.
Experts discuss how regulators can make transportation systems more accessible and just.
U.S. Supply Chain Regulations Seek to Improve Resilience
New regulations seek to restructure global supply chains to value long-term resilience over industrial efficiency.
Fighting Fires Through Resilience Regulation
Scholars identify wildfire resilience solutions for the power sectors in California and Australia.
How to Shelter Homeless Youth
Scholars examine regulatory solutions to combat youth homelessness.
Building Disaster Resilience in Rural Communities
Report outlines why rural communities susceptible to natural disasters need more federal resources.
Should Texas Power Down Its Electricity Model?
Scholars discuss Texas’s 2021 power grid failure and its implications for the future of energy regulation.
Rescuing Nuclear Reactors to Achieve Net-Zero Future
Biden Administration looks to U.S. fleet of nuclear reactors as a vital source to achieve energy goals.
Rethinking FERC’s Approach to Natural Gas Pipeline Approvals
Scholar urges FERC to consider clean energy policies before approving natural gas pipelines.
Reviving the Law of Networks, Platforms, and Utilities
A new casebook reintroduces tools to address critical issues in sectors such as transportation, energy, finance, and technology.