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Recent appellate decisions set the stage for continued fighting over federal environmental review of LNG export projects.
Renewable energy planning in the California desert ushers in an important change in public lands management.
The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, passed this past October, will prevent up to 0.5°C of warming by 2100.
American accounting standards complicate the task of organizing and funding a liability group to undertake work at a CERCLA mega-site that may last decades and cost billions.
The Charter of the Forest, which turns 800 this year, extended rights to use English forest resources to the common man. It remains highly relevant to modern public lands issues.
Eighth Circuit protects CAFO private information in reverse FOIA suit, Ninth Circuit rules on mootness in CWA suit, plus district court CERCLA decisions and other case updates.
As we move into the first days of the Trump administration, the future of environmental, energy, and natural resources law is unclear.
The conference will examine energy and environmental priorities of the new administration as well as key practice issues faced by environmental, energy, and resources lawyers.
Practitioners and other professionals will meet in Los Angeles for an insightful program on navigating emerging issues and uncertainties in water law.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.