Clean Air Act

Achieving Climate Change Goals Without the Clean Power Plan

Scholars argue EPA may already have the tools it needs to effectively regulate greenhouse gases.

Will the Trump Administration Drastically Deregulate Environmental Protection?

Initial signs suggest that drastic environmental deregulation looms, but there may be much less than the Administration envisions.

Do Environmental Regulations Really Work?

Scholars argue that environmental laws improve air quality despite increases in U.S. manufacturing output.

EPA Finalizes Latest Smog Rule

After a long battle, the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule receives an update.

The Clean Power Plan Is not Without Precedent

Environmental experts argue that precedent supports contested features of EPA’s major climate change rule.

The Tragic Flaw of the Clean Air Act

Scholars examine the history and consequences of the Clear Air Act’s exemption of existing industrial facilities.

What Will Come from the Supreme Court’s Stay of EPA’s Clean Power Plan?

Scholar argues the impact of halting the regulation’s implementation may be small.

Finding Common Ground on the Impacts of Air Pollution Regulation

New study suggests some of the debate over environmental regulation stems from data differences.

Parties Still Battling Over Proposed Carbon Rule After Case is Argued

In letter to court, states claim that a tweet proves the EPA has made up its mind.

The Case Against Using Global Benefits to Set U.S. Climate Policy

Two prominent economists introduce new questions into the debate over the social cost of carbon.

General Permits and the Regulation of Greenhouse Gases

Recent Supreme Court decision misses a climate change solution that could satisfy all parties.