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.
Scholars assert that the accord has achieved more than would be expected of a non-binding agreement.
The Supreme Court rules that the Forest Service can approve natural gas pipelines crossing the Appalachian Trail.
Despite guidance from the Supreme Court, the future of water regulation remains uncertain.
The Supreme Court appears inconsistently enthusiastic about federal regulation and state-centric environmentalism.
Congressional intent and clear statutory text promote common-sense enforcement of federal water regulations.
Scholars argue for reforms to Canada’s aquaculture regulatory system.
Scholar argues that greater regulation of biofuels is needed to promote environmental justice.
Recent regulatory retreat over automobile fuel efficiency undermines both climate progress and U.S. competitiveness.