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EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Rule has unintended consequences for landfills caused by fuzzy fugitive emissions policies and the imminent expiration of the biogenic deferral.
A leak from an aging aboveground storage tank contaminated the water of 300,000 West Virginians and forced a review of current regulations to prevent such an event in the future.
Justice Sotomayor implicitly suggests the majority is guilty of revisionist history—a revisionist interpretation of a 70 year old case to suit current circumstances.
The U.S. and Canada revisit their 1964 agreement governing development and operation of hydropower and flood control resources in the Columbia River Basin.
The emerging commercial viability of distributed energy technologies and retail choice continue to challenge the traditional vertically-integrated utility model.
Green infrastructure designs have become a key component of federal Clean Water Act requirements affecting cities and municipal water and sewer authorities.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal level.
The Section chair reflects on his theme for the year, “focus on the practice.”
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.