The world needs a new strategy to fight climate change aggressively and effectively.
To commemorate The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars and practitioners reflect on regulation’s past, present, and future.
Scholars assert that the accord has achieved more than would be expected of a non-binding agreement.
Scholar argues that greater regulation of biofuels is needed to promote environmental justice.
International collaborative mechanisms are needed to prepare for threats to human existence.
Society should pursue bottom-up, market-based approaches to address climate change.
Natural gas continues to play a vital role in reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
Global warming poses unique threats that require paradigmatic shifts to solve.
The judicial system may need to adapt to allow climate change cases to be heard in court.
The lack of regulation on animals’ greenhouse gas emissions opens the door for climate change litigation.
Scholar argues for promotion of environmentally conscious plant-based diets through regulation.
Scholar argues that private governance initiatives offer considerable potential to combat climate change.