Keystone XL, a crude oil pipeline project from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast, has recently become ground zero in environmental and climate change policy.
Withdrawal petitions may encourage EPA and states to establish additional ways to improve the administration of the NPDES program.
The new FOIA.gov website, www.foia.gov, is one that every environmental, energy, and natural resources law practitioner should explore and use.
The rule, addressing interstate impacts of greenhouse gases, illustrates EPA’s willingness to test the limits of its authority under the Clean Air Act.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal, district, and appellate levels.
In the 20th century, world sea levels rose 5–9 inches. Sea level rise can potentially be utterly devastating, and regulatory agencies are starting to take note.
On November 10, 2011, the Department of Energy Advisory Board’s Shale Gas Production Subcommittee released its final 90-day report recommending twenty actions.
The 41st Annual Conference, to be held March 22–24, 2012, will highlight how the core areas of environmental law—air, land, and water—are rapidly evolving.
President Obama withdrew EPA’s proposed rule to lower the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone. But who constitutionally makes EPA decisions?
Section chair Irma Russell discusses mentors and history.
An update on a wide-range of Section activities.