The oil and gas industry has recently shifted its position on whether to develop the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas exploration.
Although the Supreme Court’s treatment of private causes of action under CERCLA has jeopardized the statute’s mechanisms, a mutually exclusive framework established by the Circuit Courts may be the perfect solution
Nile Basin states should mandate data collection, technical cooperation, and procedures for future negotiation and dispute resolution.
The Purple Line has sparked public support and opposition. The line will connect Bethesda to New Carrollton at the cost of closing a popular trail.
Taking action on climate measures in the next Farm Bill reauthorization will help farmers better plan for changing conditions, protect taxpayers from increasing risks, and assist the United States in meeting its global climate commitments.
California Cap-and-Trade program has been a beacon of success for market-based environmentalism. Explore its recent successes and challenges, including a major challenge in Morning Star Packing Company v. California Air Resources Board.
As President Trump rolls back federal policies to address climate change, what’s a climate hawk to do? Look to the states.
Recent federal killing of the Mexican Gray Wolf, Phoenix, sparks controversy amongst environmentalists and affirms the uncertain future for this critically endangered species.
Commerce Secretary’s decision on New Jersey Summer Flounder regulations threatens stability of Atlantic coastal fisheries management regime.
When industries are caught breaking the rules they often react by placing the blame on overburdensome, unclear, and fragmented regulations. Is it time that they took rulemaking into their own hands?