A new U.S. government funding bill ushers in two initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Fed is beginning to consider policy responses to climate change.
Despite protests, the U.S. government has opened the largest forest in North America to industrial activity.
Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.
Experts say that EPA’s limited authority over concentrated animal feeding operations perpetuates pollution.
Climate change pledges require concrete government policies to ensure their enforceability and effectiveness.
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.
Scholar argues that energy regulations that once protected consumers now block renewable energy companies.
The Trump Administration has degraded environmental enforcement, favoring polluters over citizens’ interests.