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Volkswagen’s woes relating to its emissions scandal could widen on several fronts, including criminal liabilities for individuals. Meanwhile, the case should also act as a wake-up call for regulators, Wharton[…]
Time was when governments and nonprofits were the only ones pushing planet-saving agendas. Wharton professor Sarah Light has done new research on what has changed and why.
Low oil prices, discouraging finds, pressure from environmentalists and high regulatory costs forced Shell's decision last week to quit drilling in the Alaskan Arctic.
Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan faces challengers, even as it could potentially bring undeniable gains, Wharton experts say.
While environmental protection is typically thought of as a government regulation issue, other entities -- including the military -- have an important role to play, Wharton's Sarah Light says.