Is What Went Before Enough to Save U.S. Climate Policy?
What does a case on abortion have to do with U.S. climate policy? Factually, not much. But the willingness of a majority of the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to overthrow established precedence in one fell-swoop may mean that Massachusetts v EPA – the bedrock on which federal regulation of carbon and other harmful greenhouse gases is based – is in judicial jeopardy. More on that in a moment.