CAP Action Fund explored voters' attitudes toward climate change and key energy policies.
Bianca Majumder and Kristina Costa argue for Congress to use the appropriations process to combat the Trump administration's efforts to dismantle the federal climate apparatus.
Jenny Rowland-Shea provides policy recommendations to support the vibrant outdoor recreation industry at the state level.
Margaret Cooney, Miriam Goldstein, and Emma Shapiro emphasize the importance of marine protected areas in preserving regions' biodiversity and fisheries.
Christy Goldfuss, Sally Hardin, and Marc Rehmann outline 12 court cases in which NEPA has pushed for courts to consider the environmental effects—specifically, greenhouse gas emissions—of their decisions.
Kate Kelly, Jenny Rowland-Shea, and Nicole Gentile argue that the U.S. noncompetitive leasing program is outdated and wasteful and that Congress should put an end to it.
American Aquaculture: An Overview of the Current Status, Environmental Impacts, and Legislative Opportunities
Alexandra Carter and Miriam Goldstein discuss the state of the aquaculture industry in the United States.
Bianca Majumder makes a case for reviving the Office of Technology Assessment.
A new CAP Action analysis finds that 150 members—and 60 percent of Republicans—in the 116th Congress do not believe in climate change.
After spending $220 million on lobbying Congress and in political donations since President Donald Trump took office, the oil and gas industry is set to get $200 billion in profits from the proposed rollback of the Obama-era clean car standards.