Scholar sees design flaws in federal water pollution law as fueling rival legal theories.
Scholars advocate greater accountability for lawyers who guide what public firms share with investors.
Policymakers should more carefully consider the challenges to implementing a carbon tax.
Congress should allow NHTSA to consider electric vehicles and credit trading when setting fuel standards.
Scholar argues that President Trump’s deregulatory agenda was not successful in the long term.
Scholars discuss regulatory climate change solutions in the context of national and global security.
Experts point to the adverse effects of expanded mineral mining on and near tribal lands.
Efforts to triple renewable energy capacity may face resistance from citizens in rural areas.
States should prohibit local zoning ordinances that bar affordable, climate-friendly housing.
Scholar argues that the Endangered Species Act fails to protect threatened species on private land.
“Next Gen” thinking is fundamentally optimistic that we have the tools to improve regulatory compliance, if only we decide to use them.
Next Gen innovation must be paired with traditional enforcement and formal evaluation mechanisms to work effectively.