Increased regulatory discretion can improve outcomes for entrepreneurs and enhance the impact of stakeholder activists.
Scholars argue that a recent Supreme Court decision may bolster state climate lawsuits.
Scholar explores how kelp and shellfish farms can support U.S. climate goals.
Examining countries’ net-zero pledges reveals variations and loopholes that will allow for slippage in climate progress.
Restricting gas-powered leaf blowers can positively affect the health of people and the planet.
Climate disclosures—if designed well—can bridge the gap between financial actors and regulatory goals.
When state and local officials incorporate voluntary codes and standards, they still need to watch out for federal preemption.
Regulators should use a new model that captures the full impact of fossil fuel extraction to inform climate reforms.
Despite global summits and accords, the solution to climate change rests with individual countries.
Scholars discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of relying on carbon capture and sequestration.
Gotham’s landmark climate ordinance targets landlords but may benefit renters.
Despite some scholars’ criticisms, the social cost of carbon is a useful tool for crafting U.S. climate policy.