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5 years after Paris: How countries’ climate policies match up to...

Morgan Bazilian, Colorado School of Mines and Dolf Gielen, Colorado School of Mines Saturday marks the fifth anniversary of the Paris climate agreement – the...

On environmental protection, Biden’s election will mean a 180-degree turn from...

Janet McCabe, Indiana University The Trump administration has waged what I and many other legal experts view as an all-out assault on the nation’s environmental...

Delinquent electric bills from the pandemic are coming due – who...

Theodore J. Kury, University of Florida The shutdowns and restrictions that governments have imposed to limit the spread of COVID-19 have made it hard for...

How Nigeria’s new competition law will benefit the economy – and...

Oluchukwu Precious Obioma, University of Nigeria Competition laws protect consumers and create confidence in an economy. It’s a signal to investors and entrepreneurs that a...

Looser standards for showerheads could send a lot of water and...

Robert Glennon, University of Arizona For more than 25 years, Congress has directed U.S. government agencies to set energy and water efficiency standards for many...

Routine gas flaring is wasteful, polluting and undermeasured

Gunnar W. Schade, Texas A&M University If you’ve driven through an area where companies extract oil and gas from shale formations, you’ve probably seen...

Both conservatives and liberals want a green energy future, but for...

Deidra Miniard, Indiana University; Joe Kantenbacher, Indiana University, and Shahzeen Attari, Indiana University Political divisions are a growing fixture in the United States today, whether...

BP paid a steep price for the Gulf oil spill but...

David M. Uhlmann, University of Michigan The largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history began ten years ago, on April 20, 2010. A massive explosion...

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