Update on Clean Power Plan oral argument

The full D.C. Circuit is halfway through what is turning into a marathon argument on the legality of EPA’s “Clean Power Plan”–which has also been characterized as the Costly Power … ›

PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Some polar bear spin

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Environmental Protection has an article quoting several enviro groups basically applauding Judge Sullivan's decision last week upholding the Endangered Species Act listing of the polar bear.  … ›

An "oops" from the Wall Street Journal

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday I reported on the Supreme Court's decision in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, in which the high court held that the plaintiffs' federal common … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

EPA turns 40, but I'm not sending a birthday card

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Wall Street Journal has an oped by Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, celebrating the agency's 40-year history of enforcement of federal environmental … ›

Saving the Polar Bear or Obama's CO2 Agenda?

Author: Reed Hopper On October 21, the day after the first hearing on the listing challenge to the polar bear, the Pacific Legal Foundation and the Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a … ›

CEQA and GHG Emissions

Author: Reed Hopper From the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Law Blog, we have the following update: "On December 29, 2009, the California Natural Resources Agency ('Resources Agency') adopted … ›

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Update on Clean Power Plan oral argument

The full D.C. Circuit is halfway through what is turning into a marathon argument on the legality of EPA’s “Clean Power Plan”–which has also been characterized as the Costly Power … ›

PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Some polar bear spin

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Environmental Protection has an article quoting several enviro groups basically applauding Judge Sullivan's decision last week upholding the Endangered Species Act listing of the polar bear.  … ›

An "oops" from the Wall Street Journal

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday I reported on the Supreme Court's decision in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, in which the high court held that the plaintiffs' federal common … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

EPA turns 40, but I'm not sending a birthday card

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Wall Street Journal has an oped by Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, celebrating the agency's 40-year history of enforcement of federal environmental … ›

Saving the Polar Bear or Obama's CO2 Agenda?

Author: Reed Hopper On October 21, the day after the first hearing on the listing challenge to the polar bear, the Pacific Legal Foundation and the Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a … ›

CEQA and GHG Emissions

Author: Reed Hopper From the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Law Blog, we have the following update: "On December 29, 2009, the California Natural Resources Agency ('Resources Agency') adopted … ›

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Update on Clean Power Plan oral argument

The full D.C. Circuit is halfway through what is turning into a marathon argument on the legality of EPA’s “Clean Power Plan”–which has also been characterized as the Costly Power … ›

PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Some polar bear spin

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Environmental Protection has an article quoting several enviro groups basically applauding Judge Sullivan's decision last week upholding the Endangered Species Act listing of the polar bear.  … ›

An "oops" from the Wall Street Journal

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday I reported on the Supreme Court's decision in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, in which the high court held that the plaintiffs' federal common … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

EPA turns 40, but I'm not sending a birthday card

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Wall Street Journal has an oped by Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, celebrating the agency's 40-year history of enforcement of federal environmental … ›

Saving the Polar Bear or Obama's CO2 Agenda?

Author: Reed Hopper On October 21, the day after the first hearing on the listing challenge to the polar bear, the Pacific Legal Foundation and the Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a … ›

CEQA and GHG Emissions

Author: Reed Hopper From the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Law Blog, we have the following update: "On December 29, 2009, the California Natural Resources Agency ('Resources Agency') adopted … ›

Update on Clean Power Plan oral argument

The full D.C. Circuit is halfway through what is turning into a marathon argument on the legality of EPA’s “Clean Power Plan”–which has also been characterized as the Costly Power … ›

PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Some polar bear spin

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Environmental Protection has an article quoting several enviro groups basically applauding Judge Sullivan's decision last week upholding the Endangered Species Act listing of the polar bear.  … ›

An "oops" from the Wall Street Journal

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday I reported on the Supreme Court's decision in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, in which the high court held that the plaintiffs' federal common … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

EPA turns 40, but I'm not sending a birthday card

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Wall Street Journal has an oped by Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, celebrating the agency's 40-year history of enforcement of federal environmental … ›

Saving the Polar Bear or Obama's CO2 Agenda?

Author: Reed Hopper On October 21, the day after the first hearing on the listing challenge to the polar bear, the Pacific Legal Foundation and the Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a … ›

CEQA and GHG Emissions

Author: Reed Hopper From the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Law Blog, we have the following update: "On December 29, 2009, the California Natural Resources Agency ('Resources Agency') adopted … ›