Scholars discuss ways for federal and local governments to combat harm to the ocean from climate change.
Proposed greenhouse gas emission limits rely on a legal pathway preserved by last year’s Supreme Court decision.
Experts explore how environmental litigation has obstructed pipeline construction.
Taxing carbon emissions, although unpopular, may be the best way to fund the fight against climate change.
Scholars recommend policies to address the harms of excessive noise.
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.