States are responding to attempts by the federal government to pull back as implementer and enforcer of federal environmental and energy statutes in several key ways.
President Trump’s attempt to miniaturize the Bears Ears National Monument and minimize the tribal voice in its management is unlawful.
Will the linkage between the California, Ontario, and Québec carbon markets provide a roadmap for collaboration or a cautionary tale about climate diplomacy in the Trump era?
Some of the best things in life are free, like wind, water, and sun. And cities are on the front lines of transitioning to a clean energy future.
This article explores the existing citizen complaint process between NAFTA Parties for environmental enforcement and potential outcomes in the context of the NAFTA renegotiations.
Despite a rosier outlook after years of intense public discourse and innumerable delays, what does the future hold for the Keystone XL pipeline project?
A survey of recent cases including the Ninth and Fourth Circuit decisions allowing Clean Water Act claims alleging groundwater pollution to proceed.
Time will tell what the intended … and unintended … consequences of EPA’s new “sue and settle” Directive will be.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.