June 28, 2024 | Landmark World | 1 minute read

The US Supreme Court’s recent Chevron ruling could theoretically make it harder for federal agencies to advance climate change regulations that rely on novel legal interpretations, as well as more established approaches.

The decision is one of several recent opinions by the Supreme Court that illustrates the court’s “intent on sending a clarion call to regulators that their agendas must derive from clear instructions from the Congress,” said Bracewell partner Scott Segal, who co-chairs the firm’s Policy Resolution Group.