With trees being so important, revitalizing areas where deforestation has occurred – the way Appalachian states have by partnering with coal companies and private organizations – key to ensuring [...]
Fuel management is crucial to reducing the risk of large fires in the long term. But arguing about funding fuels management alone is not enough.
Polycentric systems may be the best hope we have for finding solutions for the diverse environmental problems we face.
Described as being “made from several layers of dried lumber boards stacked in alternating directions, glued and pressed to form rectangular panels,” Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) – the most [...]
The solution to America’s wildfire problem is closer than you may think. Wildfires in the western United States threaten millions of people and their homes every year. Some fires have even [...]
Every year, an additional 8 million tons of plastic waste ends up in the ocean, with 90% coming from just ten rivers, eight in Asia and two in Africa. Preventing and cleaning up ocean plastic [...]
On February 10th, 2019, the Seasteading Institute hosted their 10 year anniversary and the event was crowned with the official announcement that retired Bitcoin investor Chad Elwartowski and [...]
A review of how water institutions in the American West have changed in response to arid conditions as a means of examining the possibility of further change as an adaptation to climate change [...]
By Barret Anderson | July 16, 2019 The views contained in this piece are those of the author and STRATA and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, [...]
Did interest groups influence the Supreme Court’s interpretation of federal economic regulatory authority under the Commerce Clause leading up to the Supreme Court’s 1937 reversal? Recent [...]