In The Journal, Prof. Shelley Welton argues for addressing “luxury emissions” to ignite a larger cultural shift against excessive carbon emissions.
At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Shelley Welton examines opportunities to strengthen the OMB’s revised guidance on regulatory analysis.
Prof. Shelley Welton Co-Authors Amicus Brief in Ninth Circuit Case About New Gas Hookup Installations
Prof. Shelley Welton Describes Greenwashing Lawsuit Against Delta as ‘One of the First of Its Kind’ in the U.S.
Prof. Shelley Welton’s paper outlining innovative strategies for strengthening grid reliability while accelerating the nation’s transition to a lower-carbon energy system has been award ASU’s Morrison Prize.
Scholarship by Profs. Shelley Welton and Elizabeth Pollman Highlighted in Discussion of ESG Disclosure Regulations
Prof. Shelley Welton has co-authored a new casebook that encourages using the tools of NPU law to help address some of the most pressing problems of our time.
“Disjunctive efforts toward net zero … threaten to undermine the legal, political, and physical foundations of the global project,” writes Prof. Shelley Welton.
“[T[here is no escaping the conclusion that the opinion is dangerous on two fronts: for the climate and for administrative capacity more broadly,” writes Prof. Shelley Welton of the Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA.
Prof. Shelley Welton calls the decision “bad for climate change and bad for people in the administration who are working creatively on solutions to the big, important problems that are facing the nation.”
Shelley Welton’s faculty appointment is at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School where she will hold an affiliation with the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy in the Weitzman School.