Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders became the first presidential candidate to announce opposition to the proposed Bakken oil pipeline, which, the Des Moines Register reports, “would transport up to 570,000 barrels of crude oil daily through 18 Iowa counties.”
On Friday, November 6, three environmental organizations filed suit against the City of Los Angeles in California Superior Court for the County of Los Angeles.
Even the casual college football observer has probably seen by now the wild final play of the Duke-Miami game on October 31.
Redevelopment agreements are the tool used to memorialize the respective obligations of the redeveloper and the municipality to effectuate a redevelopment project.
In most countries, the electricity sector is a major source of carbon emissions, at least to the extent its major fuel sources are fossil fuels.
DO YOU DARE TO FLARE? a North Dakota Field Office Provides a View into the Federal Regulatory Future
While high-profile regulatory efforts focused on hydraulic fracturing, waters of the United States, sage grouse, and greenhouse gas emissions have grabbed media headlines over the last several months, a potent stew of seemingly mundane technical initiatives has been simmering under the noses of domestic energy companies.
Deja Vu All Over Again As to Sponsored Research: Coke Keeps Learning the Lesson That Transparency Matters
Some collections of human are slow learners or have other issues.
The question whether concerns about climate change-related disclosures might lead to regulatory enforcement actions or even liability claims has been around for some time, but though the concerns have remained, the regulatory actions and liability claims have not really materialized.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Obamacare Contraceptive Non-Profit Sequel; Crowdfunding Uncrowded; & Electric Water Effluents
The United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) granted certiorari in seven Obamacare contraceptive coverage cases signaling the return of an agency regulatory compliance issue, not a constitutional or “rights” issue.
It is significant when the Harvard Business Review alters its methodology in ranking the best performing CEOs in the world to now take into account a company’s environmental performance.