The EPA's past efforts to limit ozone emissions backfired. Will its new regulations actually work this time?
A cautionary tale of ozone regulation
By Brian Lutz and Martin Doyle -- Our research shows that for the Marcellus Shale significantly less wastewater is generated for every unit of natural gas recovered by hydraulic fracturing than by conventional gas production.
As oil continues to gush from BP's Macondo well and politicians posture, it is time for us to ask why we are drilling in such risky places when there is oil available elsewhere. The answer lies in the mantra NIMBY—"not in my back yard."
More than 30 years after the homeless garbage barge Mobro 4000 put recycling on the front pages, recycling remains a poster child for many who consider themselves environmentalists.
Thoughts on the Relative Merits of Cap-and-Trade versus Emission Taxes for Controlling Carbon Emissions.Bruce Yandle
By Bruce Yandle
In the forty years that have passed since oily debris on the banks of the Cuyahoga River caught
A scholarly article supports Environmental Protection Agency regulation of air pollutants.
A major study of the Clean Air Act confirms that -- as businesses often claim -- the costs are high.