The California Legislative Analyst’s Office criticized the California Air Resources Board’s recent and most sweeping revision of its Scoping Plan to achieve legislatively mandated greenhouse gas reductions.
Calling for foundational reforms in every sector of California’s economy, now the fourth largest in the world, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) on December 15, 2022, adopted the latest and most sweeping version of the “Scoping Plan.”
The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to replace the "significant nexus" test for whether a wetland is jurisdictional under the federal Clean Water Act, focusing instead on a long-standing and equally long-debated statutory qualifier of "adjacency."
A California bill requiring large U.S. companies doing business in California to publicly report all of their worldwide greenhouse gas emissions moved one step closer to Governor Newsom's desk.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a sweeping new disclosure requirement relating to registered companies’ climate-related information.
A mammoth case out of Lake Tahoe affirms a new environmental review obligation for project proponents: Why can’t you do solar?
The Idaho family that upended the Obama administration’s wetlands regime in the Supreme Court is back, much to the dismay of the Biden administration.
Sprinting to finalize yet another significant species regulation while still in power, the Trump administration today finalized its adoption of a regulatory definition of “habitat” for purposes of species protection under the federal Endangered Species Act.
On Thursday, December 3, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced the release of a new regional Stay-at-Home Order in response to increases in rates of new COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths across the state.
With the 2020 election now called, though yet to be conceded, questions abound as to what the environmental regulatory landscape may look like under a Biden/Harris administration.