The Evolving Refugee Crisis
‘Rule of Law’ Indicators in the SDGs
What we haven’t (but can) learn 25 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Some Kansas lawmakers seem to think so. But how — and why?
China’s environmental laws are often viewed as paper tigers, but a quiet environmental transformation is overtaking China as provincial leaders throughout the country push to limit pollution.
S&S is excited to announce a new partnership with the Harvard Environmental Law Review (HELR), the nation’s premier publication on environmental law. We hope to expand our coverage of the legal dimensions of sustainability issues, and to share perspectives across the disciplinary spectrum.
The 9th Circuit’s Kivalina decision has far-reaching ramifications to efforts to combat climate change. Where did this decision come from, and what does it mean for future cases? Part 1 of 2
In 2009, a small Alaskan town took 21 of the largest energy companies in America to court over climate change. Last week it lost its appeal in the 9th Circuit. What does this mean for the town and climate change litigation?
The EPA has been leading the charge in shaping sustainable development, but the agency needs a new definition of sustainability if it is to continue to play a key role.
Could the United States’ refusal to accede to the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea come back to haunt it when the scramble for Arctic resources begins in earnest?