Floods pose dangers for companies with hazardous chemicals onsite. This article explains how to mitigate catastrophe by defining terminology and using formal flood hazard analysis.
Is NEPA “all about the journey” or “also about the destination?” This article explores consideration of downstream emissions in environmental impact statements.
Ethics of legal practice in turbulent times: nothing fake about these concerns.
Progress has been made in cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay, but many challenges remain.
The Ninth Circuit’s latest decision in Sturgeon v. Frost may ultimately shape a long-simmering debate about the source and limits of federal authority over waters in Alaska.
State energy policies may appear to collide on the wholesale energy market as differing decisions are made on specific types of generation resources.
A summary of First Amendment challenges by NGOs to Wyoming trespass statutes, criminal prosecutions for violating federal land limits on ATVs, and other recent litigation.
Join your colleagues in Orlando for insights into environmental, energy, and resources law one year into the Trump administration.
Every lawyer with an interest in water should plan to attend for the latest on water law issues.
Section chair John Milner discusses President Trump’s use of executive orders to impact significant environmental and energy issues.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.