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Darkness, Darkness: Is Daylight Savings Time Good for the Environment?

Posted on November 8, 2021 by Sam Gutter Darkness comes early on Cape Cod, here at the eastern edge.... Read More

Progressive New Jersey: The Garden State continues its environmental leadership by enacting forward-looking programs

Posted on September 17, 2021 by Dennis Krumholz New Jersey has been a leader in addressing the most significant.... Read More


Posted on September 10, 2021 by Robert Wyman For Fellows of the American College, hardly a day passes without.... Read More

Who Can’t Get No Respect? Rodney Dangerfield and Offshore Wind Energy

Posted on July 30, 2021 by Jeff Thaler “I don’t get no respect” was comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s well-known catchphrase,.... Read More

It’s Our Big Moment – Environmental Law’s Chance to Shine as the “E” in ESG

Posted on June 30, 2021 by Heidi B. (Goldstein) Friedman Picture the marquee surrounded by bright flashing lights as.... Read More

Mainers Opposing Clean Renewable Energy? What’s Wrong?

Mainers are generally regarded as an environmentally sensitive and enlightened populace. The state boasts cleaner water and air.... Read More

The Massachusetts Climate Bill is Very Much “Not Dead”

In January, when Governor Baker vetoed the Legislature’s effort to go big on climate, my colleague Zach Gerson made.... Read More

What a Difference a Day Makes

Posted on January 26, 2021 by Brian Rosenthal Co-authored by Brian Rosenthal and Timothy Webster On Day One, the 46th President of the United.... Read More

President Biden Pulls the Plug on Keystone XL — Let’s Make Sure It Sets the Right Precedent

Posted on January 25, 2021 by Seth Jaffe Last week, President Biden hit the ground running on environmental policy, issuing an Executive.... Read More

Showerheads: Untangling the Outgoing Administration’s Last Attack on Energy Conservation Standards

Posted on January 6, 2021 by Adam Kahn Regulatory trackers from Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, and the New York Times identify over 100.... Read More