Market forces, including cheaper power from natural gas and renewables, are driving coal plants to shutter and their owners to declare bankruptcy. Yet the Trump administration perversely continues to prop up an industry in steep decline.
With SIDEBARs from a mining union attorney and a lawyer representing coal companies.
Do we live more by waste than ingenuity? Americans generate a minimum of 280 pounds per person per day. Most of that is out of sight, out of mind. So solutions come hard, but they begin by recognizing the necessity.
America needs to invest trillions of dollars to fulfill environmental mandates in the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act for a burgeoning population at a time when existing facilities are stretched thin and reaching the end of their service life.
With SIDEBARs from an environmentalist, a lawyer representing industry and localities, and the head of New Jersey’s infrastructure bank.
A freshly fledged lawyer, Tim Briscoe has already gotten his feet wet in ecological policy. He has become a champion for riparian species in the complicated legal environment governing the Missouri River and its human and wildlife dependents.
Is Manufacturing Products for Export to the West Compromising Environmental Health in China?
Almost no security or energy analysts support the president’s generation policy.
PFOA: another toxic chemical regulatory science ritual battle.
Bans of single-use plastics rise in popularity, protecting the oceans.
Take on tackling carbon emissions by charging true cost to society.
Kennedy’s mark on environmental law is incalculable and profound.
Renewable practitioners grapple with federal species protections.
Linkage will prove essential for ultimate success of Paris Agreement.
A cheer for global environmental governance. Then what happens?
Mixing Energy, Economics, and Geopolitics
Blaming Workers "Very" Poor Policy
Colleagues’ new jobs, promotions, and achievements.
Latest flock of National Wetlands Awards winners.