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Environmental Regulation

How Much Could it Cost to Do Nothing?

Aug 28, 2014 News

White House report claims costs of delaying action on climate change are high.

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Rethinking the Value of Voluntary Environmental Programs

Aug 25, 2014 Opinion

Voluntary programs may not reduce businesses' impact on the environment.

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EPA’s Climate Change Proposal May Alter Prospects for a Global Climate Deal

Jun 17, 2014 News

Recently proposed carbon curbing plan in U.S. sparks varied reactions abroad.

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Enforcement and Regulatory Governance

Jun 16, 2014 Opinion

Environmental regulators need to take a more holistic approach to improve compliance.

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Defining the Clean Water Act’s Reach

Jun 4, 2014 News

Opponents charge that the EPA “wants to regulate every single puddle.”

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North Carolina Coal Ash Spill Renews Debate Over Delayed EPA Regulations

Apr 3, 2014 Analysis

February spill raises question of whether coal ash requires federal regulation.

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EPA Adopts Stricter Standards to Clean Up Auto Exhaust

Mar 26, 2014 News

EPA finalized new rules on sulfur in gasoline and tailpipe emissions as part of clean car program.

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Prospects for an Interstate Cap and Trade for Greenhouse Gases

Mar 20, 2014 Opinion

The last years of the Obama administration will determine if the EPA succeeds in implementing a cap-and-trade regime.

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What We (Should) Talk About When We Talk About Green Growth

Mar 3, 2014 Opinion

How defining green growth will create better environmental policy.

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EPA Awards Nearly $5 Million in Grants to Study Green Infrastructure

Feb 24, 2014 Analysis

Projects will support urban stormwater management, with a focus on Philadelphia.

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