The Nature Conservancy is a non-governmental organization with branches throughout the world. Its legal staff push the legal envelope to preserve natural resources.
Recent natural gas pipeline explosions have led to increased Congressional and agency focus on pipeline safety, including standards for gathering pipelines in mostly rural areas.
When does “temporary” flooding of riverbank lands constitute a compensable Fifth Amendment takings? The Supreme Court decides this Term with a chance to revisit past doctrine.
This June the EU revised its policy for member states handling electrical or electronic waste. The new policy expands the scope of covered waste items and their measurement.
Sackett allows for pre-enforcement review of EPA’s jurisdiction to issue compliance orders in the Clean Water Act, but what are its implications for other environmental laws?
This year the World Trade Organization sided with Mexican fisherman and held that the U.S. rule that imported tuna be labeled as dolphin-safe constituted an unfair trade barrier.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal, district, and appellate levels.
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