Scholars argue that a recent Supreme Court decision may bolster state climate lawsuits.
Proposed greenhouse gas emission limits rely on a legal pathway preserved by last year’s Supreme Court decision.
Scholars recommend policies to address the harms of excessive noise.
Black Louisiana residents have been disproportionately burdened by hazardous industrial air pollutants.
Restricting gas-powered leaf blowers can positively affect the health of people and the planet.
Scholar advocates the use of foreign policy authority for executive branch climate action.
A new office within EPA aims to make racial equity a key element in environmental rulemaking.
Supreme Court decision hinders but does not halt agency action to address climate change.
Scholars argue that attacks on the constitutionality of federal climate change regulations distort the major questions doctrine.
Court disregards the Clean Air Act’s clear language in applying the major questions doctrine to curb EPA’s climate authority.
Calls for more deference to agency expertise derive from an unrealistic view of executive policymaking.
Scholar argues that existing chemical safety regulations fail to prevent hazardous material spills during floods.