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The future of ESA rules redefining critical habitat is uncertain in light of legal challenges and the administration’s retrenchment of Obama-era environmental policies.
The health benefits of EPA’s MATS for coal-fired power plants should be substantial, but the regulation of mercury emissions has a long and litigious history.
As aquifers in the West decline, artificial groundwater recharge will become an increasingly important means of supplementing groundwater supplies and storing water.
Recent oil and gas cases have revived the Pennsylvania Constitution’s public trust provision.
As EPA steps back from greenhouse gas regulation, tort suits against emitters and regulators are beginning to fill the void.
Changes are afoot in regulating agricultural pollution, but for now California still lacks much-needed enforceable limits on excess fertilizer and pesticide use.
Two cases discuss Trump efforts to rescind or stay prior rules on fracking and methane gas emissions, CERCLA and RCRA liability decisions, and indispensable tribal parties.
Section chair John Milner discusses “cooperative federalism,” which will be addressed by the Section’s committees within the “content convergence and coordination” initiative.
Keep up with your fellow Section members’ moves.