Konisky's research and teaching expertise are in the areas of U.S. environmental and energy policy, with particular emphasis on regulation, federalism and state politics, public opinion. His current projects examine enforcement of federal environmental laws, environmental justice, and public attitudes toward energy and the environment. Konisky formerly worked as a Research Associate at Resources for the Future, and he has consulted for various public and nongovernmental organizations.
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Examines the environmental justice implications of industrial air emissions in Texas. Finds that the percentage of Black population and median household income are positively associated with industrial air emissions.