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Settling Accounts from the BP Gulf Oil Spill

Settling Accounts from the BP Gulf Oil Spill

By Elinor Tarlow — October 29 at 6:22 p.m. More than four years ago, BP’s Macondo well exploded, killing 11 men and spewing millions of..

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..

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..

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..

Responses to Climate Migration

By Katrina M. Wyman In recent years there have been suggestions that climate change might generate 200 million or more migrants by 2050. In..

Toward an International Aviation Emissions Agreement

By Brian F. Havel & Gabriel S. Sanchez It is impossible to predict the eventual stopping place of the climate change discourse. If..

Debt, Nature, and Indigenous Rights: Twenty-five Years of Debt-for-Nature Evolution

By Jared E. Knicley Debt-for-nature swaps are an innovative and potentially powerful mechanism for addressing the significant issues of..