A Penn Program on Regulation seminar examines agency design.
Congress weighs economic, health considerations in regulation of air pollution from industrial boilers.
OIG criticizes aspects of the peer review process used by EPA to develop an internal report on climate change pollutants.
Obama’s short-term decision dangerously contradicts long-term legislative policy.
President Obama made a bad decision to withdraw EPA rule.
Letter from OIRA Administrator Sunstein emphasizes President’s role.
Concerns over economy clash with more stringent air pollution standards.
Legality of EU environmental regulation challenged under international law.
NY department advocates ending gubernatorial moratorium on fracking.
Following Executive Order 13563, EPA plans to review and revise some of its rules.
In the process of handing environmentalists a loss in AEP v. Connecticut, the Court strengthens the EPA’s authority over greenhouse gas emissions.
New labels may help inform consumer choices.