Ideological polarization and regulatory capture have made 2017 a bad year for EPA.
Recent state supreme court decision reaffirms and expands a constitutional duty to preserve natural resources.
Revising FERC’s open access tariff rules would reverse 40 years of progress.
The Trump Administration’s purported economic justification weakens the credibility of cost-benefit analysis.
New study suggests that cities can encourage local food production and consumption through smarter regulations.
Research suggests recycling laws may turn people into “committed” recyclers.
Economic, environmental, and policy considerations underlie the President’s “solar wall” proposal.
Study advocates for cumulative risk assessment mandates in environmental laws.
Political science models may help explain the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.
New rule would require shrimping boats to adopt measures that may reduce their impact on turtle populations.
Amid reports of record-breaking rainfall, regulators extend emergency drought measures for conservation.
Balancing the discretion afforded to multinational and domestic authorities presents special challenges to judges in ensuring effective application of European Union environmental law.