Op-Eds

CPR Member Scholars and staff are frequent contributors to newspaper opinion pages across the nation. Read what they have to say, below.

Kavanaugh may limit environmental protections if confirmed to Supreme Court

Joel Mintz in the South Florida Sun Sentinel: Kavanaugh may limit environmental protections if confirmed to Supreme Court

Type: Op-Eds (July 27, 2018)
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Author(s): Joel Mintz
Trump's policies blasting at the foundation of conservation in public land law

Trump's policies blasting at the foundation of conservation in public land law, op-ed by Robert Glicksman

Type: Op-Eds (July 17, 2018)
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Author(s): Robert Glicksman
U-Turn on Twin Metals a massive giveaway of irreplaceable public resources

U-Turn on Twin Metals a massive giveaway of irreplaceable public resources, op-ed by Alexandra Klass and Sandra Zellmer

Type: Op-Eds (July 17, 2018)
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Author(s): Alexandra Klass, Sandra Zellmer
Pruitt Praised Scalia, But His Actions Sing a Different Tune

Pruitt Praised Scalia, But His Actions Sing a Different Tune, op-ed by William Buzbee

Type: Op-Eds (July 6, 2018)
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Author(s): William Buzbee
Not content with his war on science, Scott Pruitt is now waging a war on economics

Not content with his war on science, Scott Pruitt is now waging a war on economics, op-ed by Rob Verchick

Type: Op-Eds (June 28, 2018)
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Author(s): Robert Verchick
Deconstructing Regulatory Science

Writing for The Regulatory Review, Rena Steinzor and Wendy Wagner observe that "The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt recently opened another front in his battle to redirect the agency away from its mission to protect human health and the environment. This time, he cobbled together a proposed rule that would drastically change how science is considered during the regulatory process."

Type: Op-Eds (June 19, 2018)
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Author(s): Wendy Wagner, Rena Steinzor
Baltimore employer of smothered worker should be held criminally accountable

Baltimore employer of smothered worker should be held criminally accountable, op-ed by Rena Steinzor

Type: Op-Eds (June 8, 2018)
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Author(s): Rena Steinzor
Stopping rules would say when it's time to shift from debating to acting

Stopping rules would say when it's time to shift from debating to acting, op-ed by David Flores

Type: Op-Eds (June 8, 2018)
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Author(s): David Flores
West-inspired EPA rules destined for ashes as chemical industry wins big

West-inspired EPA rules destined for ashes as chemical industry wins big, op-ed by Thomas McGarity

Type: Op-Eds (May 24, 2018)
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Author(s): Thomas McGarity
Why Cities Are Putting Big Oil on Trial for Climate Change

Why Cities Are Putting Big Oil on Trial for Climate Change, op-ed by Lisa Heinzerling

Type: Op-Eds (May 22, 2018)
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Author(s): Lisa Heinzerling

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