States Challenge Endangered Species Act Expansion by Sean Stein, Staff Contributor Industrial expansion necessarily requires sacrifice from the natural world. And throughout the history of the United States, the consequences […]
What SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Interpretation of Chevron Could Mean For Environmental Administrative Law by Philip J. McAndrews III, Staff Contributor Introduction On February 1, 2017, President Donald Trump made […]
The Role of Environmental Torts in the Future By: Blake Cushing, Staff Contributor The vast majority of American history saw tort law as the primary mechanism for righting environmental wrongs.[i] […]
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.
Enough Horsing Around By Joseph Godio, Senior Editor, Georgetown Environmental Law Review This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. New York City is a city thought by many […]
Drain the Swamps: A Brief History of “Waters of the United States” and the Trump Administration’s Attempt at Defining the Term By: Tim Stanis, Staff Contributor On February 28, President […]
Climate Change Regulation Through Litigation: New York’s Investigation of ExxonMobil under the Martin Act By Chris Erickson, Junior Editor, Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law This post is part […]
Mountain Valley Pipeline: Approve, but be Vigilant By John Bardo, Staff Contributor The national debate around pipelines has focused mainly on the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, both of which […]
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.
Don’t Throw Dirt on its Grave Just Yet: The Clean Power Plan By Adam Firestone, Staff Contributor Introduction The Trump administration has already made controversial decisions in regards to environmental […]