The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection agrees to issue new NPDES permits for ten plants operating with expired permits by March 2019.
When industries are caught breaking the rules they often react by placing the blame on overburdensome, unclear, and fragmented regulations. Is it time that they took rulemaking into their own hands?
What the Supreme Court’s Stay of the Clean Power Plan Means for the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation Moving Forward By Benjamin Harris* Benjamin Harris is an Executive Editor for the UCLA Journal of […]
ADMINISTRATIVE NECESSITY: ORIGIN AND APPLICATION TO THE EPA TAILORING RULE By David Williams* David Williams is an editor for the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. This post is part of the Environmental Law Review Syndicate. Click here to see […]
EPA Unveils Final Clean Power Plan: So What’s All the Fuss About? By Eric Anthony DeBellis, Senior Executive Editor for Ecology Law Quarterly* Eric Anthony DeBellis is the Senior Executive Editor for Ecology […]
EPA Announces New Air Quality Standards By Nicholas Nunn, Staff Contributor The EPA recently strengthened the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ground-level ozone from 75 parts per billion (ppb) […]
New Hampshire House Vote Could Impact Clean Power Plan Compliance By Peter Ellis, Staff Contributor The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to remain a member of the […]
New EPA Ozone Standards: A Breath of Fresh Air? By Alexandra Austin, Staff Contributor On November 26, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its long awaited proposal calling for tougher […]
Game Changer? U.S. – China Deal Sets Stage for 2015 Climate Negotiations By Peter Viola, GIELR Online Staff Editor After months of talks, the United States and China have reached […]