MS4 Regulation and Water Quality Standards By Matthew Carlisle, Managing Editor, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. I. INTRODUCTION Storm water […]
The SB 32 Scoping Plan Update, Waivers, and ZEVs By Garrett Lenahan, UCLA School of Law, JD Candidate 2017. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. I. […]
Repurposing Ecolabels: Consumer Pressure as a Tool to Abate Human Rights Violations in International Fisheries By Andrew Miller, Senior Articles Editor, Ecology Law Quarterly. This post is part of the Environmental […]
Will President Trump’s Executive Order on Energy Independence Make a Difference for the Coal Industry? By Jefferson Lai, Staff Contributor In January 2016, then-Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell signed […]
Until changes are made to bring more accountability to the system, eco-minded consumers will operate in a marketplace where they will not be entirely sure of the impact of the items they purchase.
As technology advances, the question often comes up of what the new hot item will be. Right now the new technology that is generating a lot of noise is drones.
Currently, environmental regulations are squarely in the cross hairs of both the President and Congress. But this could be an opportunity for activists to create change through alternative, creative channels outside of EPA regulations. One successful approach may be shareholder proposals.
The Dakota Pipeline Protests: Where They Started and Where They Are Going (Hint: No Where) by Kate McCormick, Staff Contributor As temperatures continue to drop well below freezing in Cannon […]
Is Flint the Tip of the Iceberg? By Cody Kermanian, Staff Contributor The Flint water crisis has aroused public concern over the quality of our nation’s water infrastructure, leaving many […]