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Canadian lawyers describe the XL pipeline project from Alberta to the United States and discuss the legal and energy consequences of the project. Are there really viable alternatives?
Members of the Nature Conservancy explain the adaptation of an old legal tool, the conservation easement, to the marine world in order to preserve fishing stock in the Pacific.
Should the judiciary defer to an agency’s interpretation of its own ambiguous regulation? That long-settled question is now open for review after the Court’s Decker opinion.
EPA has reconsidered its Clean Air Act rules for emissions from industrial and other boilers. Now the questions over implementation begin. Did we mention new lawsuits as well?
Can the Port of Los Angeles impose new rules on truckers as part of its Clean Trucks Program? The Court considers federal preemption of these local rules in the current Term.
Sustainability is a framework for the integration or balancing of environmental protection, economic development, and social justice. SEER is keeping up with this critical concept.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal district and appellate levels.
The 21st Fall Conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, October 9–12. Come and hear top speakers discuss new initiatives in the environmental arena.