By Richard Lazarus -- Sep. 11, 2014 at 9:05 a.m. This article originally appeared in the September/October 2014 issue of The Environmental Forum. The Environmental Law Institute has graciously allowed the Harvard Environmental Law Review Blog to republish the piece. The biggest environmental law news from the Supreme Court last term may well not have been the Court’s rulings … [Read more...] about It’s Raining Cert Petitions!: Last Term’s Biggest Supreme Court News
By Rachel Proctor May -- June 16, 2014 at 10:25am In ELR Volume 38.1, published earlier this year, Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash examined the track record of Performance Track, EPA's flagship voluntary program for companies to commit to environmental regulation outside the legal process. That article, Performance Track's Postmortem: Lessons from the Rise and Fall of EPA's … [Read more...] about An Interview with ELR Authors Coglianese & Nash
By Jeremy Feigenbaum Cite as: Jeremy Feigenbaum, Becoming Good Neighbors After EME Homer Generation, L.P. v. EPA, 38 Harv Envtl. L. Rev. 259 (2014). [btn link="http://harvardelr.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2014/04/Feigenbaum_Print1.pdf" color="forestGreen" size="size-l"]View Full Article (PDF)[/btn] … [Read more...] about Becoming Good Neighbors After EME Homer Generation, L.P. v. EPA
By Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash For nearly a decade, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) considered its National Environmental Performance Track to be its “flagship” voluntary program — even a model for transforming the conventional system of environmental regulation. Since Performance Track’s founding during the Clinton Administration, EPA officials … [Read more...] about Performance Track’s Postmortem: Lessons from the Rise and Fall of EPA’s “Flagship” Voluntary Program
By Gabriel Daly -- Nov. 7, 2013 at 12:10pm If an agency uses cost-benefit analysis (CBA) to inform its decision-making, what costs and what benefits should it consider? A case currently before the D.C. Circuit, White Stallion Energy Center, LLC v. EPA, raises this issue. White Stallion suggests a tension between the incentives created by Office of Information and Regulatory … [Read more...] about A New Cost of Cost-Benefit Analysis?