Climate Change and the Puget Sound: Building the Legal Framework for Adaptation
Ending Dirty Energy Policy: Prelude to Climate Change
A transformative energy policy – one that favors energy efficiency and renewable resources – can occur only after the United States has abandoned the traditional fossil fuel energy policy, redesigned regulatory systems to open new markets and promote competition among new energy providers, and stimulated private-sector commercial and venture capital investment in energy innovations that can be brought to commercial scale and marketability. In 2006 book, Ending Dirty Energy Policy: Prelude to Climate Change, published by Cambridge University Press, CPR Member Scholar Joseph Tomain explores these issues, offering what one reviewer calls, "a remarkably clear, cogent, and insightful assessment of our options and a plausible path forward."
Author(s): Joseph Tomain
June 10, 2011, Washington State Should Expand Policy Preparations Now For Responding to Effects of Climate Change, Start Adjusting Laws and Policies, Says CPR Report.
Opening the Industry Playbook: Myths and Truths in the Debate Over BPA Regulation
In Making Disaster Plans, We Have to Imagine the Worst Case
Recovery in Japan: Will it be Heavy-handed or Hands-off?
Twelve Crucial Health, Safety, and Environmental Regulations: Will the Obama Administration Finish in Time?
Twelve Crucial Health, Safety, and Environmental Regulations: Will the Obama Administration Finish in Time?, CPR White Paper 1106
Author(s): Amy Sinden, Rena Steinzor, Matt Shudtz, James Goodwin, Yee Huang