Unless action is taken, the UK will be unable to supply its own water needs in the future – we should look to water-scarce regions such as California for inspiration.
The Supreme Court opens its 2022-2023 session with a high-profile case that has major implications for both wildlife and landowners.
Electric cars are getting a lot of PR buzz, but automakers are still promoting – and many consumers are buying – vehicles that are major gas guzzlers.
The US Senate voted to ratify the Kigali Amendment, agreeing on a bipartisan vote to phase down climate-warming HFCs. Now what?
Questionable academic research has been used by Uber to argue against regulation.
Social media ads are set to change under new content marketing regulations.
Despite being a major contributor of global carbon emissions, concrete remains a popular construction material. Research suggests this needs to change.
Removing red tape for new renewable energy projects will see additional energy coming online quite quickly.
President Joe Biden has pledged sweeping action on climate change but struggled to deliver it. A legal scholar explains why a national emergency declaration should be a last resort.
Cowpea is an important crop in Ghana. What will a genetically modified version mean for the country’s farmers?
In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court held that an Obama administration plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants exceeded the power that Congress gave to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Climate change has a clear link to rising foodborne illnesses. Blackouts during heat waves and wildfires are a growing part of the problem.
The EU’s proposed regulations don’t align with existing technology. They’re likely to fail – or to break the internet as we know it.
EU rules often have significant effects beyond its borders. The new USB-C charging standard is a great example.
As nations pledge to preserve swaths of ocean within their territorial waters, a marine scientist explains why some marine protected areas shelter ocean life more effectively than others.
Congress tends to be most likely to act after an assassination or assassination attempt of historic proportions or mass shootings. But sometimes lawmakers do nothing beyond debate new measures.
Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter is seen as a threat to the digital public square. International regulation is required to protect internet users’ access to democratic public spaces.
The use of “gamification” in stock trading and other apps raises new legal challenges. Existing legal tools should be adapted to meet these challenges.
The age of the free speech free-for-all is over – but public online spaces are possible.
The SEC’s proposal would require companies to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and other climate risks, but it’s not a done deal yet.