Federal action is key to effectively addressing climate change.
EPA provides advice instead of regulation in the new nanny state.
Researchers argue for new regulatory treatment of wildfires to improve air quality and public health.
Study advocates for cumulative risk assessment mandates in environmental laws.
Scholars recommend incorporating health-based standards into federal drinking water regulations.
Scholars argue EPA may already have the tools it needs to effectively regulate greenhouse gases.
Initial signs suggest that drastic environmental deregulation looms, but there may be much less than the Administration envisions.
Scholars argue that environmental laws improve air quality despite increases in U.S. manufacturing output.
After a long battle, the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule receives an update.
Environmental experts argue that precedent supports contested features of EPA’s major climate change rule.
Scholars examine the history and consequences of the Clear Air Act’s exemption of existing industrial facilities.
Scholar argues the impact of halting the regulation’s implementation may be small.