Regulatory reversals raise questions about future oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Despite some scholars’ criticisms, the social cost of carbon is a useful tool for crafting U.S. climate policy.
If the U.S. Congress fails to act on climate change, it should empower Indian tribes to protect their members.
Federal and state environmental regulations ignore and exclude Native perspectives.
The Supreme Court rules that the Forest Service can approve natural gas pipelines crossing the Appalachian Trail.
Despite guidance from the Supreme Court, the future of water regulation remains uncertain.
Congressional intent and clear statutory text promote common-sense enforcement of federal water regulations.
A proposed rule aims to facilitate economic growth at the expense of federal environmental reviews.
EPA’s proposed relaxation of a rule restricting water pollution from coal plants generates controversy.
Certain communities may face disproportionate harms in the wake of natural disasters.
Government leaders must take swift action to mitigate the risks of wildfire disasters.
The judicial system may need to adapt to allow climate change cases to be heard in court.