The siren song of cap-and-trade may lead federal and state regulators onto the shoals of conflict with the express language of the Clean Air Act.
Who decides the scope of a criminal penalty? In Southern Union the Supreme Court will decide who can impose criminal fines.
The Corps wants to uproot vegetation on flood control levees. Will lawsuits stop this one-size fits all policy?
The Supreme Court may decide a battle between environmentalists and loggers in Oregon.
Does EPA’s efforts to issue “guidance” memorandum, rather than using formal APA rulemaking procedures, transgress administrative law boundaries?
Courts review NEPA challenges to projects on the grounds that the evaluation fails to address greenhouse gases with mixed results.
Does the Constitution’s Commerce Clause bar Oklahoma from restricting the City of Fort Worth’s access to water from the Red River?
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal, district, and appellate levels.