California is Going All-In with Zero Emission Vehicles—No Gas Engine Sales Starting in 2035
Wildfires Burn Carbon Offsets
Cal/OSHA Issues First COVID-19 Related Citations
Wildfires Spark Forest Management Actions at State and Federal Levels, Opening Markets for Forest Management Byproducts
Petition Filed to List Western Ridged Mussel as an Endangered Species
Will California Adopt First-of-its-Kind Legislation Governing GHG Emissions from Land-Based Activities?
Federal Court Dismisses Federal Challenge to California’s Cap-and-Trade Linkage to Quebec Program
Pacific Northwest Utilities Seek Thousands of Megawatts of New Renewable and Non-Emitting Energy: A Huge Opportunity for Independent Power Producers
California Adopts Definition of Microplastics in Drinking Water
Pedal to the Metal: 15 States and D.C. Seek to Achieve 100% Zero Emission Vehicle Sales for New Medium-and Heavy-Duty Vehicles by 2050
Washington Launches Expedited Voluntary Cleanup Program
Oregon Supreme Court Applies Landfill Closure Requirements Broadly in Kinzua Resources, LLC v. Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
California Flips Switch Toward Electric Trucks
Golden Door Slammed Shut on County’s CEQA Process Again
Federal Court Vacates Nationwide Permit 48 for Local Commercial Shellfish Growers
California Employers Face Broader Recording and Reporting Obligations for COVID-19 Illnesses
Oregon Appeals Court Confirms Water Rights for Hydroelectric Power
California PUC Adopts New Standard-Offer Contract for Small PURPA Projects
Criminal Charges Against Hemp Business Prompt Lawsuit and National Confusion
Requirement to Post CEQA Notices in County Clerk’s Office Suspended for 60 Days
Ninth Circuit Orders EPA to Rule on NRDC Petition to Cancel Pet Use Registration for Organophosphate Pesticide
EPA Finalizes Removal of Water Quality Standards Despite Pending Washington Lawsuit
CA Court Upholds Refinery Project EIR Reaffirming Foundational CEQA Principles
Forests Recognized as Contributors to Washington State's Response to Climate Change
Washington Gov. Inslee Issues Clarifications Regarding “Essential” Businesses Exempt from His “Stay-At-Home” Order
Public Duty Doctrine Applies when the Washington DNR Acts as a Fire Prevention and Suppression Agency
Washington Adopts “PACER” Legislation That Will Create a Proven Source of Financing for Energy and Resiliency Retrofits in Commercial Buildings
California Regulatory Agencies Emphasize Continued Compliance During COVID-19 Response
Washington Gov. Inslee Issues “Stay-At-Home” Order to Combat Coronavirus