A new book by Richard Revesz and Jack Lienke explores the Clean Air Act’s tragic flaw and debunks the political rhetoric surrounding the “war on coal.”
Our new multimedia project, OldCoal.info, explores coal, pollution, and clean air policies.
Our new report recommends twelve reforms to help modernize the federal coal program so that it can maximize net benefits to American taxpayers and account for U.S. climate change goals.
The most efficient legal tool for addressing U.S. climate pollution can likely be found in an unused provision of the Clean Air Act: Section 115.
The Clean Power Plan is one of the most important public policies in decades. Our briefs are helping defend this rule from legal challenges.
Read more from Director Richard Revesz
We surveyed everyone who published an article related to climate change in a highly ranked economics journal over the past 20 years. The survey revealed consensus that climate damages could be more severe and more immediate than previously thought.
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