Mike Beale, a practitioner-in-residence with the School has just published a regulatory case studyThe Dog that Doesn’t Bark: Federal Regulation of Industrial Air Pollution in Canada”. Air pollution is a significant cause of premature deaths in Canada. Environment and Climate Change Canada has authority to regulate emissions. Yet, Mike explains, this authority has not been fully utilized and why this is.

Read the full case study here and the blog post introducing the case’s central features and takeaways.