Rejecting federal agencies’ interpretation of the Clean Water Act, the Supreme Court limits the application of federal law over wetlands.
Scholars address regulatory struggles to rein in greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
Scholar advocates making disaster assistance more reliable, accessible, and portable.
Experts discuss challenges in regulating PFAS chemicals and suggest opportunities for finding solutions.
Scholar argues that technical assistance grants can spur meaningful involvement in permit decisions.
Proponents of electrification often overlook its economic drawbacks, including inefficiencies from subsidizing new technologies.
New joint agency report recommends nature-based solutions to protect frontline communities from climate risks.
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
As climate change amplifies the risks of septic tanks, lawmakers must act to protect their communities.
Scholar urges federal land regulators to protect Native American communities from mining harms expected from the transition to electric vehicles.
Scholar explains how NHTSA can regulate to ensure pedestrian safety.
Scholar discusses possible legal avenues to support salmon conservation during climate change.