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Missouri v. Biden

ELR Case

A district court dismissed a challenge to the president's Executive Order No. 13990, which established an interagency working group on the social cost of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and directed the group to publish interim estimates for...

Sovereign Iñupiat for a Living Arctic v. Bureau of Land Management

ELR Case

A district court vacated BLM's approval of an oil and gas project in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. Indigenous and environmental groups argued BLM violated NEPA by failing to adequately analyze the effects of the project's...

Vecinos Para el Bienestar de la Comunidad Costera v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

ELR Case

The D.C. Circuit granted in part and dismissed in part petitions to review FERC's decision authorizing construction and operation of three liquefied natural gas export terminals in Texas. Environmental groups, residents, and a nearby...

Climate Stumbling Blocks: Zombie Energy Laws, States, and the Path to Paris

ELR Article

With the dawn of the Joseph Biden Administration, there is renewed optimism that the United States will take steps to fulfill its responsibilities under the Paris Agreement and curb greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Electrification is a...

H.R. 4520

ELR Congressional Update

The Legal and Administrative Risks of Climate Regulation

ELR Article

Prioritizing federal environmental regulation as the primary means of achieving dramatic, rapid reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions may be a strategic mistake. Regulatory mandates, particularly if based upon existing statutory...

H.R. 3097

ELR Congressional Update

California v. Environmental Protection Agency

ELR Case

The D.C. Circuit granted the Biden Administration's motion to voluntarily vacate and remand the Trump Administration's 2021 rule limiting facilities that the U.S. government could regulate for greenhouse gas emissions.

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