The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
Fighting Fires Through Resilience Regulation
Scholars identify wildfire resilience solutions for the power sectors in California and Australia.
Land Use Regulation and Residential Segregation
Policymakers must address how local governments have created segregation through their policy choices.
The Perils of Use-It-or-Lose-It Public Lands Policy
Scholars criticize public lands policy that requires use and development at the expense of conservation.
Unsettled Consequences of the McGirt Decision
A Supreme Court decision raises new questions about tribal jurisdiction in land disputes.
Embracing Disruption and Other Lessons from Canada
Alternative land use and governance models highlight the need for tribally led reforms in the United States.
An Open Challenge to the Navajo Nation’s Land Use Authority
An illegal marijuana operation highlights the need for regulatory enforcement reform on tribal land.
The Legacy of Federal Control in Indian Country
Promoting Native environmental regulation requires confronting historically fraught federal-tribal relationships.
Native Peoples, Tribal Sovereignty, and Regulation
Expert scholars and practitioners explore how Native American communities experience regulation.
How Land Use Reform Led to More Housing in Houston
Scholars show that reducing minimum lot sizes unleashed a small housing boom in Texas’s largest city.
The Regulation of American Archaeology
Federal regulation of domestic and international archaeology comes from a variety of agencies.
More Permissive Zoning Codes Could Make U.S. Workers Richer
Economists find that strict housing regulations may significantly lower U.S. gross domestic product.