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Justice Scalia’s reasoning in air cases will continue to have ramifications for years to come, including in the challenges to the Clean Power Plan.
A recent increase in earthquakes thought to be triggered by the injection-disposal of wastewater from oil and gas activities has prompted a rash of litigation and new regulations.
Continuing a trend, the Supreme Court finds yet another type of EPA action to be final and reviewable.
Through its Next Generation Compliance (Next Gen) strategy, EPA considers how to best achieve regulated entities’ compliance with environmental laws.
Ocean acidification brings about unique challenges to marine ecosystems everywhere. Could U.S. courts pave the way for a coordinated global response?
This recent citizen suit asks the court for quasi-regulatory injunctive relief in an attempt to reduce the risk of induced earthquakes from hydraulic fracturing wastewater disposal.
Not so fast—the Supreme Court stays implementation of the Clean Air Plan, and updates on CERCLA, RCRA, duty to warn, and ESA cases in the district courts.
The Section’s outreach efforts have contributed to the Section’s successes this past ABA year.
This October, join your colleagues in Denver to engage in a national dialogue about the latest issues in environmental, energy, and resources law.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.