The Supreme Court’s Climate Ruling is Not a Calamity
Supreme Court decision hinders but does not halt agency action to address climate change.
Working Together to Solve the Extinction Crisis
Experts encourage federal, private, and state collaboration to create tailored conservation rules.
Who Pays a Premium for Natural Disasters?
Scholars question the sustainability of homeowner insurance regulation in the face of climate change.
What Will It Take for the Electric Vehicle Transition to Hit the Gas?
Penn Program on Regulation panel highlights policy options for accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.
New York Clean Energy Goals Finally Show Promise
Modifications to New York State’s clean energy laws cleaned up the New York City grid.
How Factory Farming Could Cause the Next COVID-19
The CDC should recommend agricultural reforms to reduce pandemic risks caused by factory farms.
Stock Markets Fail to Punish Firms that Cause Harm
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows that market incentives alone do not guarantee sufficient safety and environmental measures.
Avoiding Unduly Concentrated Clean Energy Markets
The IRS will need help to avoid unintended adverse effects in implementing the Inflation Reduction Act’s clean energy provisions.
A Judicial Threat to Conservation
The recent nullification of environmental regulations by a federal court sets a dangerous precedent.
Incorporated Standards in a Federal System
When state and local officials incorporate voluntary codes and standards, they still need to watch out for federal preemption.
Including Tribal Communities in Conservation Efforts
Authors of recent paper argue that the Bureau of Land Management should heed input from tribes.
Major Questions About Climate Regulation
Scholars argue that attacks on the constitutionality of federal climate change regulations distort the major questions doctrine.