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Carbon Tax and Low-Income Grant Proposal to Encourage Low-Income Investment in Solar Technologies By Elizabeth Doherty, Symposium Editor, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law This post is part of the Environmental […]
A discussion of a binational commission’s failure to prevent massive wastewater discharges into a transboundary waterway between the US and Mexico.
Along with polluting our environment, it is possible that consuming water in plastic bottles is also polluting our bodies. New evidence shows bottled water contains significant numbers of microplastic particles, and the effect on humans after consuming microplastics remains unknown.
The growing environmental justice movement has spurred the development of new environmental domestic policies. Numerous states and prominent politicians have begun proposing and implementing legislation hoping to lighten the burden on environmentally-stressed communities.
The Wildfire Suppression Act provides the perfect impetus for Congress to create a Commission to use innovative approaches to attack root-causes of wildfire management issues
The New Orleans City Council approved the construction of a new gas-powered energy plant contrary to a city climate change plan that was heavily influenced by the Paris Agreement. This article is a brief examination of the importance of both setting and adhering to goals with regard to mitigating climate change.
A case study exemplifying the broader judicial confusion as to the application of the political question doctrine in climate change litigation.
While introducing a set of framework principles on human rights and the environment, the Special Rapporteur urged the Human Rights Council to take action.
Water sharing agreements between Israel, Jordan, and the Palestine Authority offer an innovative approach to environmental challenges, and perhaps a sign of increasing political cooperation in the region