More BY Eric Biber
The future of effective climate policy requires balancing equity, efficiency, political feasibility, and technological innovation
Moving the debate beyond equity and efficiency
A complicated cannabis regulatory system may be squeezing out small cannabis cultivators
Understanding why more outdoor cultivators aren’t entering into the new legal regulatory system for cannabis is important for reducing the environmental impacts of cannabis cultivation
Direct air capture and sequestration of carbon dioxide will be central to climate policy this century, but how can we advance it through policy?
Technical policy questions often involve ethical political questions that the public must have a say in
Exploring legal options for congressional and executive actions to terminate existing fossil fuel leases on federal lands.
Science is necessary, but not sufficient, for good policymaking
New changes in state law allow local governments to commit to long-term production of housing
The long-term harms from climate change over the next decades may undermine support for efforts to reduce emissions