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Unilateral Climate Action and Collective Change: What Can University Divestment Do?

Unilateral Climate Action and Collective Change: What Can University Divestment Do?

By Daniel Carpenter-Gold — June 2 at 5:40pm This blog post contains the views of the author alone, and does not necessarily reflect..

A “Blunt Withdrawal”? Bars on Citizen Suits for Toxic Site Cleanup

By Margot J. Pollans Throughout the history of federal statutory environmental law, citizen suits have played a key role in enforcement...

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..

Changing Climate, Unchanging Act, Improvising Agency, Enabling Court: The Story of Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA

By Laura King Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA follows from and amplifies the Supreme Court’s decision in Massachusetts v...

Ocean Governance for the 21st Century: Making Marine Zoning Climate Change Adaptable

By Robin Kundis Craig The variety of anthropogenic stressors to the marine environment — including, increasingly, climate change — and..

The Endangered Species Act’s Fall From Grace in the Supreme Court

By J.B. Ruhl Thirty-five years ago, the Endangered Species Act (“ESA”) had as auspicious a debut in the U.S. Supreme Court as any..

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..

The Obama Administration’s National Auto Policy: Lessons from the “Car Deal”

By Jody Freeman This Article is the first comprehensive analysis of the Obama Administration’s national auto policy, which set the first..

Transition Policy in Environmental Law

By Bruce R. Huber Embedded within the structure of much American environmental regulation is a distinction between the new and the..