Although global warming may not be a hot topic in the United States, in Europe the EU has just regulated the GHG emissions of international airline carriers. A legal lesson learned.
“What’s a green product, and how can I tell” is the resounding question. This article discusses varying legal and voluntary standards for defining a consumer product as “green.”
Environmental justice attorneys try to use the 1964 Civil Rights Act to redress prejudice in the siting of environmental risky projects, but EPA reacts slowly to such claims.
Rising electricity demand, concerns with GHG emissions, and the safety record of the U.S. nuclear industry have revived interest in nuclear power. A post-Fukushima nuclear update.
EPA issues its final health assessment for trichloroethylene with implications for regulators and industry. A review of the scientific and political battles to get there.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal, district, and appellate levels.