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Upholding Clean Energy in Colorado—and Hopefully Beyond

Upholding Clean Energy in Colorado—and Hopefully Beyond

By Samantha Caravello—November 17 at 7:26 a.m. Acting as laboratories for energy policy, some states have been much more effective than..

Promises and Pitfalls in China’s New Environmental Protection Law

By Daniel Carpenter-Gold—September 14 at 6:30 p.m. To read more on this topic, look for Mr. Carpenter-Gold’s student note in the..

It’s Raining Cert Petitions!: Last Term’s Biggest Supreme Court News

By Richard Lazarus — Sep. 11, 2014 at 9:05 a.m. This article originally appeared in the September/October 2014 issue of The..

The Search for Sustainable Legitimacy: Environmental Law and Bureaucracy in China

By Alex L. Wang During China’s 11th five-year plan (2006–10), bureaucrats began to take substantial actions on environmental..

Ten Ways States Can Combat Ocean Acidification (and Why They Should)

By Ryan P. Kelly and Margaret R. Caldwell The ocean is becoming more acidic worldwide as a result of increasing atmospheric concentrations..

American Natures: The Shape of Conflict in Environmental Law

By Jedediah Purdy There is a firestorm of political and cultural conflict around environmental issues, including, but running well beyond,..

Two Cheers for Feasible Regulation: A Modest Response to Masur and Posner

By David M. Driesen This Article compares the relative merits of feasibility and cost-benefit based regulation, responding to a recent..