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.
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?
Until changes are made to bring more accountability to the system, eco-minded consumers will operate in a marketplace where they will not be entirely sure of the impact of the items they purchase.
What the Supreme Court’s Stay of the Clean Power Plan Means for the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation Moving Forward By Benjamin Harris* Benjamin Harris is an Executive Editor for the UCLA Journal of […]
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