We are pleased to present our online readership with Issue 2 of the 39th Volume of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. The latest issue of ELR begins with a detailed examination of the interagency consultation process under the Endangered Species Act, which empowers the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service to review other federal agencies' … [Read more...] about HELR Volume 39, Issue 2 Available Online!
This summer, the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is expected to promulgate the final version of its Clean Power Plan, a set of regulations aimed at decreasing the carbon dioxide (“CO2”) emissions of U.S. power plants to 30% below 2005 levels over the next 15 years. Critics have argued that the plan oversteps the bounds of EPA’s power to regulate air pollution. In this … [Read more...] about What, Me Worry? Comforting Thoughts on the Clean Power Plan, Part I
By William W. Buzbee Cite as: William W. Buzbee, Anti-Regulatory Skewing and Political Choice in UARG, 39 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 63 (2015). View Full Article (PDF) … [Read more...] about Anti-Regulatory Skewing and Political Choice in UARG
By Jody Freeman Cite as: Jody Freeman, Why I Worry About UARG, 39 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 9 (2015). View Full Article (PDF) … [Read more...] about Why I Worry About UARG
By Carter Hall—November 20, 2014 at 11:03 a.m. On June 30 of this year the Court of Appeals of New York issued its final ruling in Wallach v. Town of Dryden, holding that municipalities in New York State have the authority to exclude hydraulic fracturing from their borders through zoning. Although the case hinged upon the interpretation of a New York statute with no reach … [Read more...] about Wallach v. Town of Dryden and Local Control of Hydraulic Fracturing