Climate Change

The Legal Structure of the Paris Agreement

The Legal Structure of the Paris Agreement

Even with legally non-binding commitments, the Paris Agreement may help fight climate change.

Will the Paris Agreement Make a Difference?

Will the Paris Agreement Make a Difference?

The Regulatory Review features leading experts’ views on the success of the Paris Agreement.

Could Judges Solve Climate Problems?

Could Judges Solve Climate Problems?

A Penn panel discussion sparked a lively debate about whether courts should shape environmental policy.

A Message of Hope and Caution for Global Climate Negotiations

A Message of Hope and Caution for Global Climate Negotiations

Australian senator speaks at Penn Law on creating an international climate agreement.

Climate Change and National Security

Climate Change and National Security

Scholar highlights the national security concerns connected with a changing climate.

Climate Change Regulations for the 21st Century

Climate Change Regulations for the 21st Century

A recent PPR seminar explored environmental policies based on innovation and results.

Forging a Treaty in the Face of Climate Change

Forging a Treaty in the Face of Climate Change

PPR panel addresses the risks of climate change and the realities of reaching an international agreement.

How Should the EPA Modify Carbon Emission Regulation?

How Should the EPA Modify Carbon Emission Regulation?

Scholars argue that the EPA take a new approach to reducing CO2 emissions.

The Nuclear Option for Reducing Climate Change

The Nuclear Option for Reducing Climate Change

Debate reignites over whether nuclear energy is an important tool or a costly mistake.

Experts Debate EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Rule

Experts Debate EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Rule

PPR seminar focuses on controversial proposed rule aimed at combatting climate change.

Climate Change is Getting Worse

Climate Change is Getting Worse

U.N. Panel’s final report comes at a delicate inflection point for policy makers.

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

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.