The State Impact Center's attorneys regularly weigh in on emerging energy, climate and environmental law and policy issues through op-eds and articles in academic journals and other publications:
The DER future is nearly here? Stuck in the weeds on Order No. 2222 implementation
By Hampden T. Macbeth and Jessica Bell • July 15, 2020 • Utility Dive
Big Changes May Be Ahead for Natural Gas Pipelines, If FERC Does Its Job
By Jessica Bell • September 16, 2020 • Utility Dive
Trump Is Aggressively Pushing His Anti-Environment Agenda Amid a Pandemic. It’s Inexcusable.
By David J. Hayes • April 1, 2020 • Washington Post
Erring on the Side of Trampling on States' Rights
By Jessica Bell • February 10, 2020 • Utility Dive
State Attorneys General Prepare To Fight For Clean Energy Rights
By Jessica Bell • October 16, 2019 • The Hill
The Looming Threat To State Renewable Goals in Wholesale Electricity Markets
By Jessica Bell • May 8, 2019 • Utility Dive
- Academic Articles & Other Analysis
Climate Stumbling Blocks: Zombie Energy Laws, States, and the Path to Paris
By Jessica Bell and Hampden T. Macbeth • 2021 • Environmental Law Reporter
Instead of ‘Hot Summer’ for FERC, Commission Lands in Hot Water
By Bethany Davis Noll • November-December 2021 • The Environmental Forum: "In the Courts"
The Biden Administration Can Learn From Trump-Era Court Loss
By Bethany Davis Noll • September 29, 2021 • Bloomberg Law
"Tired of Winning": Judicial Review of Regulatory Policy in the Trump Era
By Bethany Davis Noll • 2021 • The Administrative Law Review
Last Term's High Court Decisions Hint at an Incremental Strategy
By Bethany Davis Noll • September-October 2021 • The Environmental Forum: "In the Courts"
No Big News Yet From a Changed Court's Environmental Docket
By Bethany Davis Noll • July-August 2021 • The Environmental Forum: "In the Courts"
Social Cost of Carbon Is a Case Study on Courts, Executive Orders
By Bethany Davis Noll • May-June 2021 • The Environmental Forum: "In the Courts"
Building Power in the Environmental Movement
By Bethany Davis Noll and Richard L. Revesz • May 2021 • Green 2.0 Blog
Disorder in the Courts — More Than Usual Transition Upheaval
By Bethany Davis Noll • March-April 2021 • The Environmental Forum: "In the Courts"
Preparing for Climate DisastersRulemaking Developments in 2020
By David J. Hayes, Jessica Grannis and Sarah Greenberger • January-February 2021 • The Environmental Forum
By Bethany Davis Noll and Bridget C.E. Dooling • Winter 2021 • Administrative and Regulatory Law News
U.S. Domestic Climate Policy — Looking Forward
By Bethany Davis Noll • Winter 2021 • European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
State Attorneys General Take on the Anti-Climate Agenda
By David J. Hayes • November 4, 2019 • Climate Reality Project Blog
State Attorneys General: Allies in the Fight Against Climate Change
By David J. Hayes • October 25, 2019 • Citizens' Climate Lobby Blog