Recent and Forthcoming Environmental Rules and Guidance Could Be Reversed Under Congressional Review Act: Three Steps for Stakeholders to Consider
White House Completes Generational Update of NEPA Regulations
Golden Door Slammed Shut on County’s CEQA Process Again
How Green is the “Green Rush”? Recognizing the Environmental Concerns Facing the Cannabis Industry
Requirement to Post CEQA Notices in County Clerk’s Office Suspended for 60 Days
Federal Court Nullifies Clean Water Act General Permit for Pipelines and Other Linear Projects
CA Court Upholds Refinery Project EIR Reaffirming Foundational CEQA Principles
NMFS Seeks to Streamline Aquaculture Permitting While a Washington Federal Court Interjects Caution
California Supreme Court Clarifies When Zoning Ordinance Amendments Trigger CEQA Review
EPA Proposed Regulations Aim to Further Clarify CWA Section 401 Certification Reviews
Who Gets to Decide What an Agency Meant? U.S. Supreme Court Places Limits on Agency Deference
U.S. Forest Service Proposes to Revise NEPA Regulations
New EPA Section 401 Guidance Clarifies Timelines for and Scope of Certification Reviews
Executive Orders Aim to Streamline Energy Infrastructure Projects 
Cannabis Business CEQA Exemption Expires on July 1: Will You Have a Permit or License to Conduct Business?
CEQA Guidelines Receive Update, Climate Change Drives Major Amendments
Changes To CEQA Guidelines Coming To a Project Near You
New York Issues Revised Proposed Amendments to SEQRA and Requests Public Comment by May 4, 2018
Environment: United States
Climate Regulation: United States
DC Circuit Reinstates Federal NEPA Review and Approval of Purple Line Transit Project
The Science And Controversy Of Offshore Wind
USDOT Agencies Propose New Rule to Eliminate Duplication of Environmental Reviews for Transportation Projects
New Presidential and Interior Orders Target Environmental Permitting, NEPA Reviews, and Flood Risk Standards
DC Circuit Rules That FERC Should Have Quantified Indirect Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Approving Natural Gas Pipeline
Executive Order Charts New Path For Offshore Energy Development
Rise of the Zombies: How Reviving Long-Dead Corporations at CERCLA Sites Can Save Your Client Money
Interior Secretary Immediately Implements President’s Executive Order on Energy and Climate
New Executive Order Creates a Changed Climate for Climate Change and Energy
Environment: United States