Professor of Law
University of Pennsylvania
• Researches and teaches environmental law and policy, government regulation, regulatory strategy.
• Co-author of “Policymaking Under Pressure: The Perils of Incremental Responses to Climate Change”
“Not only is it likely that incremental policies will do little or nothing to affect global warming, but certain incremental policies, including state-level efforts like the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative might also worsen the global climate-change problem because of situations where a stringent climate-change policy unintentionally induces an increase in emissions in another jurisdiction with a less stringent or nonexistent policy.“