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Climate Lawsuits and Regulatory Restrictions Hobble America’s Climate Leadership

By: Ambassador (ret) Richard Kauzlarich, CESP Co-director This blog item expands on an opinion piece that appeared in the International Business Times on August 28, […]

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Rethinking “Think Globally, Act Locally”

By: Paul Bubbosh, CESP Faculty Associate As a child of the 1970s, I recall seeing a bumper sticker that read “Think Globally, Act Locally.” This […]

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A Security Threat Assessment of Global Climate Change

Hosted by the Center for Climate and Security and the Environmental and Energy Study Institute – February 24th, 2020  See Full Conference ReportSee Full Conference […]

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An Analysis of Electrify: An Optimist’s Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future

By: Charlotte Joannidis, Tony Striner, and Kathryn Weisbrodt, GMU Student Contributors

In his book, Electrify, Saul Griffith details his plan for how to mitigate the effects of anthropogenic climate change. His idea is simple: electrify everything.

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West Virginia v. EPA: The Supreme Court Weighs EPA’s Ability to Write Major Rules on Climate Change

By: Paul Bubbosh, CESP Faculty Associate

On February 28, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of West Virginia vs. Environmental Protection Agency. This case involves whether the EPA can issue a regulation that reduces greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants in the way that the Obama Administration attempted with its Clean Power Plan (CPP).

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Biden Climate Change Rules at Risk for Undercounting Impacts

By: Paul Bubbosh, CESP Faculty Associate

In February 2022, a federal district court judge in Louisiana slammed the door on the Biden Administration’s ability to incorporate the full costs of climate change in economic analyses of Federal regulations and actions.