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EPA continues to develop national climate policy using the existing Clean Air Act.
A different approach was taken last year by the Hawai’i legislature to tackle the island state’s environmental docket.
Methane management becomes mandatory for the midstream oil and gas sector.
The Supreme Court’s decision in a seemingly obscure case involving raisin set-asides might presage a coming expansion of takings claims.
EPA has proposed a rule amending its federal Clean Air Act consistency regulations that may raise more questions than it answers.
The much awaited Polar Code brings first set of binding International Maritime Organization safety and pollution prevention requirements for polar shipping.
The regional haze program involves international emissions issues, which EPA must consider when addressing domestic emissions sources.
Decisions on the Waters of the United States and hydraulic fracturing rules, the registration of a pesticide alleged to affect honey bees, and more.
The Section’s focus on content convergence will help us better produce, develop, and distribute content in a coherent, coordinated way for the benefit of our members.
Make plans to join us for CLE, networking, and more in Austin at the Spring Conference.
We will be in Austin this year for Water Law, with an outstanding program of topics and speakers.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.