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?
America’s imprisoned population is graying at an accelerating pace, an unnecessary budgetary and humanitarian disaster. We do have solutions.
It used to be that when soldiers got involved with conservation, sustainability suffered. Now, new uses of the military are helping preserve valuable resources.
New laws attempt to reduce a corporation’s legal obligation to maximize profit.
A surprising group of countries are passing forward-thinking climate and energy policies.
Professor Gerrard is the Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice at the Columbia Law School, where he is also Director of the Center for Climate Change Law.